Stockport five-piece Blossoms have gone straight in at Number 1 with their debut album.
Garnering airplay and Record of the Week status on BBC Radio 1, Radio 2 and 6 Music has helped the band steamroll the competition. Tom, Charlie, Josh, Joe and Myles finished 9,500 copies ahead of their nearest rival to take their self-titled album to the top spot.
Speaking to OfficialCharts.com, the band said: "We're absolutely made up that the album has gone to Number 1. From the scaffolding yard to the top of the charts, who'd have thought it? Viva Stockport!"
This week's runner-up is British rapper Giggs. His fourth studio album Landlord is 19 places higher than his previous Official Albums Chart best, 2013's When Will It Stop which reached Number 21. The rest of the Top 5 is made up of Drake's Views which is up one place to 3, ELO's All Over The World - The Very Best Of at 4, and last week's self-titled Number 1 from the late Viola Beach (5).
New entries and high climbers
Aside from an all-new British Top 2, another two UK entries feature in this week's Top 10. Indie rockers Wild Beasts scoop a second Top 10 album with Boy King (9), one position higher than their previous studio collection Present Tense. Emo group Moose Blood hit the Top 40 for the first time with their second studio record Blush, a new entry at Number 10.
Elvis Presley's final studio recordings make up Way Down in The Jungle Room, a new 2-disc compilation new in at Number 16. Dinosaur Jr.'s first album in four years Give a Glimpse of What Yer Not is new at 23, their fourth Top 40 entry.
Lady in Gold, the second album from Swedish rock group Blues Pills is new at 31, closely followed by The Cadillac Three's sophomore release Bury Me In My Boots, a Top 40 debut at 33.
Australian/American rockers The Dead Daisies enter the Top 40 for the first time at 35 with Make Some Noise, and finally, Michael Jackson's former chart topper Number Ones makes a welcome return to the Top 40, up nine spots to 39.
Remind yourself of every Official Number 1 album of 2016 below: