Lewis Capaldi’s “Someone You Loved” Holds At #1 In UK; Tom Walker, Jonas Brothers Score First Top 5 Hits

“Someone You Loved” spends a fourth week at #1.

Jonas Brothers - Press Pic by Peggy Sirota, courtesy of Republic Records

Lewis Capaldi’s smash “Someone You Loved” continues its reign as the UK’s #1 song.

The single celebrates a fourth week atop the Official UK Singles chart.

Its closest competition again comes from Calvin Harris & Rag’n’Bone Man’s “Giant.” The song has spent each of the past four weeks in the #2 position.

Mabel’s “Don’t Call Me Up” spends another week at #3, while Tom Walker’s “Just You And I” soars six places to #4. Up two places, Jonas Brothers’ “Sucker” earns #5 on this week’s UK chart.

Both Tom Walker and Jonas Brothers are celebrating their first Top 5 hits in the UK.

Written by Brian Cantor

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