2019 in British music

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List of years in British music

This is a summary of the year 2019 in British music.

Events[edit]

Television programmes[edit]

Jess Glynne

Artists and groups reformed[edit]

Artists and groups disbanded[edit]

Classical works[edit]

Opera[edit]

Musical theatre[edit]

Musical films[edit]

Film scores and incidental music[edit]

Film[edit]

Television[edit]

British music awards[edit]

Charts and sales[edit]

Number-one singles[edit]

The singles chart includes a proportion for streaming.

Key
dagger Best performing single of the year
Chart date
(week ending)
Song Artist(s) Chart sales References
3 January "Sweet but Psycho" Ava Max 65,156 [92]
10 January 71,139 [93]
17 January 68,320 [94]
24 January 70,721 [95]
31 January "7 Rings" Ariana Grande 126,240 [96]
7 February 86,143 [97]
14 February 71,909 [98]
21 February "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" 84,701 [99]
28 February "7 Rings" 61,891 [100]
7 March "Someone You Loved" dagger Lewis Capaldi 57,698 [101]
14 March 65,216 [102]
21 March 62,336 [103]
28 March 65,177 [104]
4 April 66,725 [105]
11 April 63,990 [106]
18 April 69,076 [107]
25 April "Old Town Road" Lil Nas X 80,314 [108]
2 May 84,648 [109]
9 May "Vossi Bop" Stormzy 94,495 [110]
16 May 84,646 [111]
23 May "I Don't Care" Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber 123,825 [112]
30 May 98,270 [113]
6 June 83,477 [114]
13 June 78,206 [115]
20 June 67,959 [116]
27 June 65,420 [117]
4 July 65,002 [118]
11 July 63,836 [119]
18 July "Señorita" Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello 69,321 [120]
25 July "Beautiful People" Ed Sheeran featuring Khalid 73,397 [121]
1 August "Señorita" Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello 68,159 [122]
8 August 61,712 [123]
15 August 58,597 [124]
22 August 54,934 [125]
29 August 53,157 [126]
5 September "Take Me Back to London" Ed Sheeran featuring Stormzy 66,953 [127]
12 September 66,610 [128]
19 September 59,683 [129]
26 September 58,783 [130]
3 October 53,251 [131]
10 October "Dance Monkey" Tones and I 50,468 [132]
17 October 70,713 [133]
24 October 84,580 [134]
31 October 81,198
7 November 85,820
14 November 84,488
21 November 82,944
28 November 82,796
5 December 80,230
12 December 75,075
19 December 68,165
26 December "I Love Sausage Rolls" Ladbaby 92,896

Number-one albums[edit]

The albums chart includes a proportion for streaming.

Key
dagger Best performing album of the year
Chart date
(week ending)
Album Artist(s) Chart sales References
3 January The Greatest Showman Various artists 61,328 [135]
10 January 40,901 [136]
17 January 30,364 [137]
24 January 28,879 [138]
31 January 22,435 [139]
7 February Amo Bring Me the Horizon 26,934 [140]
14 February Encore The Specials 18,199 [141]
21 February Thank U, Next Ariana Grande 65,214 [142]
28 February 31,404 [143]
7 March 21,659 [144]
14 March What a Time to Be Alive Tom Walker 36,679 [145]
21 March Psychodrama Dave 26,390 [146]
28 March Singing to Strangers Jack Savoretti 32,264 [147]
4 April Coming Home to You Michael Ball 18,039 [148]
11 April When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie Eilish 48,410 [149]
18 April 23,982 [150]
25 April Map of the Soul: Persona BTS 26,498 [151]
2 May When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie Eilish 15,134 [152]
9 May Hurts 2B Human Pink 48,861 [153]
16 May 16,713 [154]
23 May 11,582 [155]
30 May Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent dagger Lewis Capaldi 89,506 [156]
6 June 39,741 [157]
13 June 29,429 [158]
20 June 27,590 [159]
27 June Western Stars Bruce Springsteen 52,290 [160]
4 July Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent dagger Lewis Capaldi 19,003 [161]
11 July Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection Kylie Minogue 31,980 [162]
18 July Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent dagger Lewis Capaldi 18,491 [163]
25 July No.6 Collaborations Project Ed Sheeran 125,031 [164]
1 August 60,902 [165]
8 August 41,372 [166]
15 August 32,114 [167]
22 August We Are Not Your Kind Slipknot 31,828 [168]
29 August No.6 Collaborations Project Ed Sheeran 23,611 [169]
5 September Lover Taylor Swift 53,015 [170]
12 September Norman Fucking Rockwell! Lana Del Rey 31,539 [171]
19 September Hollywood's Bleeding Post Malone 33,728 [172]
26 September Hypersonic Missiles Sam Fender 40,913 [173]
3 October Why Me? Why Not. Liam Gallagher 68,327 [174]
10 October Abbey Road The Beatles 34,680 [175]
17 October Without Fear Dermot Kennedy 20,061 [176]
24 October Giants of All Sizes Elbow 27,257 [177]
31 October Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2 Foals 20,505
7 November Kind Stereophonics 29,844
14 November From Out of Nowhere Jeff Lynne's ELO 21,062
21 November Sunsets & Full Moons The Script 31,946
28 November Spectrum Westlife 62,621
5 December Everyday Life Coldplay 80,974
12 December The Christmas Present Robbie Williams 52,909
19 December You're in My Heart Rod Stewart 44,776
26 December 71,330

Number-one compilation albums[edit]

Chart date
(week ending)
Album Chart sales References
3 January Now 101 [178]
10 January [179]
17 January [180]
24 January [181]
31 January [182]
7 February [183]
14 February 80s Soul Jams - Vol II [184]
21 February Now 101 [185]
28 February [186]
7 March Now 100 Hits - 80s [187]
14 March MTV Rocks - Indie Revolution [188]
21 March Now 101 [189]
28 March Sing Your Heart Out 2019 [190]
4 April Country Forever [191]
11 April Now 100 Hits - Power Ballards [192]
18 April [193]
25 April Now 102 [194]
2 May [195]
9 May [196]
16 May [197]
23 May [198]
30 May [199]
6 June [200]
13 June Now 100 Hits - Forgotten 80s [201]
20 June [202]
27 June [203]
4 July Now 102 [204]
11 July Now Summer Party 19 [205]
18 July [206]
25 July Reggae Summer Soundsystem [207]
1 August Now 103 [208]
8 August [209]
15 August [210]
22 August [211]
29 August [212]
5 September [213]
12 September [214]
19 September [215]
26 September [216]
3 October [217]
10 October [218]
17 October [219]
24 October [220]
31 October
7 November
14 November BBC Children in Need - Got It Covered
21 November Now 104
28 November
5 December
12 December
19 December
26 December

Top singles of the year[edit]

This chart was published by the Official Charts Company on January 1, 2020[221]

Combined Title Artist(s) Peak
position
Combined
1 "Someone You Loved" Lewis Capaldi 1 2,330,000
2 "Old Town Road" Lil Nas X 1 1,750,000
3 "I Don't Care" Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber 1 1,490,000
4 "Bad Guy" Billie Eilish 2 1,400,000
5 "Giant" Calvin Harris & Rag'n'Bone Man 2 1,390,000
6 "Sweet but Psycho" Ava Max 1 1,250,000
7 "Vossi Bop" Stormzy 1 1,140,000
8 "Dance Monkey" Tones and I 1 1,120,000
9 "Don't Call Me Up" Mabel 3
10 "Señorita" Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello 1 1,070,000
11 "Piece of Your Heart" Meduza featuring Goodboys 2 1,010,000
12 "Shotgun" George Ezra 1
13 "Location" Dave featuring Burna Boy 6
14 "Hold Me While You Wait" Lewis Capaldi 4
15 "Sunflower" Post Malone & Swae Lee 3
16 "7 Rings" Ariana Grande 1
17 "Wow" Post Malone 3
18 "Ladbroke Grove" AJ Tracey 3
19 "Just You and I" Tom Walker 3
20 "Shallow" Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper 1 837,000
21 "Beautiful People" Ed Sheeran featuring Khalid 1
22 "Dancing with a Stranger" Sam Smith & Normani 3
23 "Take Me Back to London" Ed Sheeran featuring Stormzy 1
24 "3 Nights" Dominic Fike 3
25 "Bruises" Lewis Capaldi 6
26 "Higher Love" Kygo & Whitney Houston 2
27 "Grace" Lewis Capaldi 9
28 "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" Mark Ronson featuring Miley Cyrus 2
29 "Sucker" Jonas Brothers 4
30 "Thank U, Next" Ariana Grande 1
31 "High Hopes" Panic! at the Disco 12
32 "Options" NSG featuring Tion Wayne 7
33 "Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" Ariana Grande 1
34 "SOS" Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc 6
35 "Keisha & Becky" Russ & Tion Wayne 7
36 "Bury a Friend" Billie Eilish 6
37 "Happier" Marshmello & Bastille 2
38 "Ride It" Regard 2
39 "Strike a Pose" Young T & Bugsey featuring Aitch 9
40 "Without Me" Halsey 3
41 "Sorry" Joel Corry 6
42 "Eastside" Benny Blanco, Halsey & Khalid 1
43 "Talk" Khalid 9
44 "Cross Me" Ed Sheeran featuring Chance the Rapper & PnB Rock 4
45 "Taste (Make It Shake)" Aitch 2
46 "Perfect" Ed Sheeran 1
47 "Promises" Calvin Harris & Sam Smith 1
48 "Baby Shark" Pinkfong 6
49 "Wish You Well" Sigala & Becky Hill 8
50 "Boasty" Wiley, Stefflon Don & Sean Paul featuring Idris Elba 11
51 "Thursday" Jess Glynne 3
52 "All Day and Night" Jax Jones, Martin Solveig & Madison Beer 10
53 "Ransom" Lil Tecca 7
54 "This Is Me" Keala Settle 3
55 "South of the Border" Ed Sheeran featuring Camila Cabello & Cardi B 4
56 "Here with Me" Marshmello featuring Chvrches 9
57 "Walk Me Home" Pink 8
58 "Mad Love" Mabel 8
59 "So High" Mist featuring Fredo 7
60 "Lost Without You" Freya Ridings 9
61 "Leave a Light On" Tom Walker 7
62 "How Do You Sleep?" Sam Smith 7
63 "Mr. Brightside" The Killers 10
64 "Bohemian Rhapsody" Queen 1
65 "Body" Loud Luxury featuring Brando 4
66 "Circles" Post Malone 3
67 "No Guidance" Chris Brown featuring Drake 6
68 "Good as Hell" Lizzo 7
69 "Outnumbered" Dermot Kennedy 6
70 "One Kiss" Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa 1
71 "Me!" Taylor Swift featuring Brendon Urie 3
72 "I'm So Tired..." Lauv & Troye Sivan 8
73 "Fashion Week" Steel Banglez featuring AJ Tracey & MoStack 7
74 "When the Party's Over" Billie Eilish 21
75 "Sicko Mode" Travis Scott 9
76 "Shape of You" Ed Sheeran 1
77 "Hold My Girl" George Ezra 8
78 "Funky Friday" Dave featuring Fredo 1
79 "Goodbyes" Post Malone featuring Young Thug 5
80 "Paradise" George Ezra 2
81 "Going Bad" Meek Mill featuring Drake 13
82 "So Am I" Ava Max 13
83 "If I Can't Have You" Shawn Mendes 9
84 "All I Want for Christmas Is You" Mariah Carey 2
85 "These Days" Rudimental featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen 1

Best-selling albums[edit]

[222]

No. Title Artist Peak
position
Combined
sales
1 Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent Lewis Capaldi 1 641,000
2 No.6 Collaborations Project Ed Sheeran 1 568,000
3 The Greatest Showman: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Various artists 1 524,000
4 When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Billie Eilish 1 370,000
5 Staying at Tamara's George Ezra 1
6 Bohemian Rhapsody: The Original Soundtrack Queen 3
7 Thank U, Next Ariana Grande 1 293,000
8 What a Time to Be Alive Tom Walker 1 270,000
9 A Star Is Born Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper 1
10 You're in My Heart: Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 1
11 ÷ Ed Sheeran 1
12 The Christmas Present Robbie Williams 1
13 50 Years – Don't Stop Fleetwood Mac 5
14 Everyday Life Coldplay 1
15 Diamonds Elton John 5
16 Always In Between Jess Glynne 1
17 The Platinum Collection Queen 2
18 Don't Smile at Me Billie Eilish 12
19 Dua Lipa Dua Lipa 3
20 Hollywood's Bleeding Post Malone 1
21 Back Together Michael Ball and Alfie Boe 2
22 Psychodrama Dave 1
23 Hurts 2B Human Pink 1
24 Lover Taylor Swift 1
25 Beerbongs & Bentleys Post Malone 1
26 Why Me? Why Not. Liam Gallagher 1
27 Scorpion Drake 1
28 Singing to Strangers Jack Savoretti 1
29 Spectrum Westlife 1
30 Rumours Fleetwood Mac 1
31 Curtain Call: The Hits Eminem 1
32 Gold: Greatest Hits ABBA 1
33 Christmas Michael Bublé 1
34 Snacks Jax Jones 9
35 Western Stars Bruce Springsteen 1
36 What Is Love? Clean Bandit 9
37 Time Flies... 1994–2009 Oasis 1
38 Abbey Road The Beatles 1
39 Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again: The Movie Soundtrack Various artists 1
40 Hypersonic Missiles Sam Fender 1
41 × Ed Sheeran 1
42 AJ Tracey AJ Tracey 3
43 Legacy David Bowie 5
44 Odyssey Take That 1
45 Phoenix Rita Ora 11
46 Erratic Cinematic Gerry Cinnamon 17
47 Direct Hits The Killers 5
48 Legend Bob Marley and the Wailers 1
49 1 The Beatles 1
50 Sweetener Ariana Grande 1
51 Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection Kylie Minogue 1
52 You Know I Know Olly Murs 2
53 (What's the Story) Morning Glory? Oasis 1
54 A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships The 1975 1
55 ? XXXTentacion 3

Deaths[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

References[edit]

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  92. ^ UK Singles Chart 3 January 2019
  93. ^ UK Singles Chart 10 January 2019
  94. ^ UK Singles Chart 17 January 2019
  95. ^ UK Singles Chart 24 January 2019
  96. ^ UK Singles Chart 31 January 2019
  97. ^ UK Singles Chart 7 February 2019
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  100. ^ UK Singles Chart 28 February 2019
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  105. ^ UK Singles Chart 4 April 2019
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  108. ^ UK Singles Chart 25 April 2019
  109. ^ UK Singles Chart 2 May 2019
  110. ^ UK Singles Chart 9 May 2019
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  171. ^ UK Albums Chart 12 September 2019
  172. ^ UK Albums Chart 19 September 2019
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