Sam and the Womp land debut No.1 single with 'Bom Bom'
Published Aug 26 2012, 19:00 BST | By Tom Eames Sam and the Womp
have scored a debut number one single with 'Bom Bom'.
The trio's party track sold 107,000 copies to knock Rita Ora's 'How We Do (Party)' off the top spot.
Frontman Sam Ritchie said of their success: "Can't believe it, we're number one! Thank you to all our fans for your support, everyone in the Womp team, massive womps to you!
"We really didn't expect this at all for 'Bom Bom' to go all the way to the top when we were writing it in a muddy field a couple of years ago, with Mr Aaron Audio falling off his chair!"
Wiley's former number one 'Heatwave' falls one place to three, followed by Emeli Sandé's 'Read All About It (Pt. III)' at four.
Taylor Swift's US chart topper 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' enters at number five. Florence + the Machine climb back up one place to six with 'Spectrum'.
Devlin secures his highest-charting hit so far with his Ed Sheeran collaboration 'Watchtower' at seven.
Calvin Harris and Example drop to eight with 'We'll Be Coming Back', while Angel climbs two to nine with 'Wonderful'. Trey Songz drops two with 'Simply Amazing' to complete the Top 10.
Public Enemy climb 45 places to a new peak of 11 with 'Harder Than You Think', the track used in an advert for the London Paralympic Games.
Simple Plan's team-up with Sean Paul also gives them their biggest UK single so far with 'Summer Paradise' at 12.
Owl City lands his second top 20 hit since 2010 number one 'Fireflies'. The Carly Rae Jepsen collaboration 'Good Time' enters at 17 ahead of its full release in September.
Of Monsters and Men climb 14 spots to a new peak of 21 with 'Little Talks', while Cheryl Cole jumps three to 23 with 'Under the Sun'.
Muse scrape into the Top 40 with new single 'Madness' at 35.
Watch the video for Sam and the Womp's 'Bom Bom' below:Source: Official Charts Company> This week's albums chartView the latest Official Top 100 Singles Chart