The Stereophonics have secured their eighth UK Number One album with Oochya!, the band’s first studio album in 10 years. This has seen the group surpass their nearest rival by a factor of more than two to one. The quartet are Richard Jones, Kelly Jones, Adam Zindani and Jamie Morrison, and have now reached the Top Spot eight times.
The Welsh rockers have claimed their eighth UK Number One album this week, outselling their closest competition by a factor of nearly 2:1. Their latest release joins the likes of Taylor Swift, Oasis and R.E.M. in the top five of the official charts, with Oochya! topping the charts for seven consecutive weeks. The band will now embark on a tour of the UK Arena in early 2022.
With their latest success, the British band have achieved another chart-topping milestone: their eighth UK Number One album! Their ninth UK Number One album Oochya! has outsold its closest competitors by more than two to one. It has become their highest chart entry since Efficiency and Cocktails in 1999. The group will embark on a sold-out UK arena tour in 2020.
The Stereophonics have made a comeback with the release of a new video for their track “Oochya.” The song is an energetic performance from the band. The music video was directed by Maxim Kelly and was released on Caviar. The band’s previous album, “Wonder”, reached Number One in the UK charts in 2019 and outsold its closest competitor by more than 10,000 copies. The Welsh rockers are also set to embark on a sold-out arena tour in 2022.
The band are celebrating their 25th anniversary as a group. This will be the band’s eighth UK Number 1 album. The band’s new single is “Oochya”, a song that means “oochya” in Welsh. The band’s fans have been singing and dancing to Oochya’s new song for three weeks in a row. The record has topped the charts in the UK and has sold more than 8.5 million copies in the UK.
The band’s new album features a striking cover, which was inspired by the late pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. The record is available in double heavyweight LPs, CDs and exclusive coloured vinyl formats. The band’s second album lands at number four, and is the best-selling in independent record stores this week. The band’s tour is set to sell out in the UK’s arenas.