In its first week on the charts, the album debuted at No. 90 on the Top 200 chart, and check in at No. 9 on the indie chart. For what it's worth, it seems Clark is also cleaning up in her hometown: At Good Records last week, the disc checked in as the store No. 1 overall seller. But, perhaps more impressive? The vinyl copy of the album came in at the store No. 3 best-seller of the week.
Not that any of this should be surprising: As we say in print this week, the disc is quite good. Brilliant, even.
Catch her at the Granada Theater on Thursday, June 18.