Ellie Goulding's new album Halcyon has lost its midweek chart lead, according to the latest sales figures.
The record, which follows the star's 2010 debut Lights, had been registering at No1 since its release on Monday (October 8), however it has since been overtaken by former chart-topper Babel by Mumford & Sons, according to Music Week.
It's better news for her single 'Anything Could Happen'. The track, which debuted at No5 last Sunday (October 7), was looking likely to be nudged down a place this week by Leona Lewis' new single 'Trouble'; however the two songs have switched places since Wednesday's Official Chart Update.
At the top of the singles chart, Swedish House Mafia's new release 'Don't You Worry Child' has already sold in excess of 100,000 copies and is set to become one of the fastest-selling songs of the year.
It pips Adele's 'Skyfall' into second place and bumps defending No1 'Diamonds' by Rihanna down to No3.
This week's final listings will be announced on Sunday. Can Ellie regain the lead?
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