'Rather Be' is No.1 single while BBC score top album
Andrew Trendell
09:03 10th February 2014
Bombay Bicycle Club and Clean Bandit are currently celebrating after topping this week's UK single and album charts. 

'Rather Be' by Clean Bandit finds itself as the No.1 for a third week, beating off competition once again from DJ Fresh - while Bombay Bicycle Club's new LP So Long See You Tomorrow outsold Avicii's True by 6,000 copies. 

The Official Charts Comany reports that 'Rather Be' has consistently sold in excess of 100,000 copies over the following two weeks, shifting a total of over 402,000 copies. While Pharrell Williams finds itself at No.2 with previous chart-topper 'Happy', DJ Fresh with Jay Fay and Ms Dynamite come in at No.3 with the annoyingly titled 'Dibby Dibby Sound', Will.i.am with Miley Cyrus and Khalifa are at No.4 with 'Feelin' Myself' while Pitbull featuring Ke$ha complete the top five with 'Timber'. 

Watch Clean Bandit perform 'Rather Be' at Fred Perry presents Sub Sonic Live in London below

Bombay Bicycle Club fourth album is their third to hit the top 10, after 2010’s Flaws reached No.8, while 2011’s A Different Kind Of Fix No.6.

True by Avicii is at No.2 while Halcyon by Ellie Goulding comes in at No.3, London Grammar's debut If You Wait soars back up to No.4 and Beyonce's self-titled fifth album is at No.5.


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