Kings Of Leon are now kings of the TransAtlantic charts after scoring their first number one album in the U.S.
The band's Walls hit the top of the U.K. charts on Friday (21Oct16) and now the release has debuted atop the American Billboard 200 countdown.
Walls is the group's fourth top 10 album. It has taken the band 13 years to land a number one.
Meanwhile, Drake’s former chart-topper, Views, rises from four to two on the new chart and the Suicide Squad soundtrack jumps back into the top three at three.
Rapper The Game debuts 1992 at four, and Twenty One Pilots’ Blurryface rounds out the new top five.
JoJo returns to the Billboard 200 after 10 years, as Mad Love enters that chart at six and last week's number one album, Green Day's Revolution Radio drops nine spots to 10.