Katy Perry has kept hold of the UK singles chart number one for a second week.
'Roar' sold another 103,000 copies over the past seven days to remain top of the pile.
OneRepublic leap 11 places to two with 'Counting Stars', making it their highest-charting single to date. 'Apologize' previously reached number three in 2007.
Ellie Goulding slips one to three with 'Burn', followed by Avicii's 'Wake Me Up' at four. Drake climbs a spot to five with 'Hold On We're Going Home'.
Klangkarussell falls two to six with 'Sonnentanz (Sun Don't Shine)'. Lana Del Rey's Cedric Gervais remix of 'Summertime Sadness' is down to seven, while Miley Cyrus drops one to eight with 'We Can't Stop'.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis jump 11 places to nine with 'Same Love'. Lady Gaga dips two to ten with 'Applause'.
Coldplay achieve this week's highest new entry at 12 with 'Atlas', from the Hunger Games: Catching Fire soundtrack.
Example lands one place behind at 13 with his latest single 'All The Wrong Places'.
Manchester DJ Ben Pearce scores his debut Top 40 placing at 25 with 'What I Might Do'. Lethal Bizzle enters at 29 with 'Party Right'.
Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj climb 18 places to 34 with their duet 'Love More'.
Swedish House Mafia soar back up 82 spots to 40 with former number one 'Don't You Worry Child', after its use in The X Factor