Sabrina Carpenter’s “Espresso” has achieved its fourth consecutive week at Number 1 in the UK, establishing coffee-themed tunes as the chart’s reigning king for an entire month. With 8.3 million streams, “Espresso” continues to captivate the British audience, solidifying its potential as a top contender for 2024’s song of the summer.

On the other hand, Billie Eilish makes a strong entry with her indie-pop single “LUNCH,” which debuts at Number 2. Eilish’s album “HIT ME HARD AND SOFT” also places two more tracks in the Top 10: “CHIHIRO” at Number 7 and “BIRDS OF A FEATHER” at Number 9, raising her total of UK Top 10 singles to 12.

Shaboozey’s breakout hit “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” resurges to its peak position at Number 3.

Just outside the Top 10, Chappell Roan climbs two spots to Number 18 with “Good Luck, Babe!” Meanwhile, Gunna’s “One of Wun” rockets 13 places to secure the Number 32 spot, marking his seventh UK Top 40 entry. Tems breaks into the Top 40 as well, landing at Number 36 with “Love Me JeJe,” her fourth UK Top 40 entry and currently the Number 1 track on the UK’s Official Afrobeats Chart.

Additionally, Disturbed’s 2015 cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Sound of Silence” re-enters the UK Top 40 at Number 39, thanks to a viral dance remix by Cyril. This is its first return to the charts in eight years, having originally peaked at Number 29 in 2016. Notably, the original version by Simon & Garfunkel never charted in the UK.