The Record Club: The Reytons are manifesting a BRIT award next after securing their first Number 1 album

The lads are aiming high, still.

The Reytons are still flying high after securing their first-ever UK Number 1 album, but it seems they're not done aiming for the stars.

Last week, What's Rock and Roll? debuted at the top of the Official Albums Chart, giving the lads from West Yorkshire their first-ever chart-topping record in the UK.

But speaking to Jess Iszatt on this week's episode of The Record Club with Bowers & Wilkins, it seems the bad still have their sights set on a big accolade - a BRIT Award.

It turns out that the Reytons manifested really hard for their Number 1 debut, keeping pictures of an Official Albums Chart Number 1 Award as their phone screens, which has now been officially replaced (cry) with the BRITs logo.

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"That's how our minds work," frontman Jonny Yerrell told The Record Club. "I'm not daft, but we've got the BRITs there [as our phone screen now]. A BRIT award would be nice.

"You've got to keep pushing, haven't you? You don't just stop on week one. We've got to keep going and keep trying to get as much recognition for the album as we can."

Here's hoping their manifestation works out just as well as did for them last time...

Designed as a book club for albums, The Record Club in association with Bowers & Wilkins is a bi-monthly livestream, hosted by BBC Music’s Jess Iszatt, on Facebook Live, Twitch, Twitter and YouTube Live every other Wednesday.

Fans are encouraged to order the selected album from their favourite local record shop either in-store or on home delivery, listen to it in full, then tune into the broadcast armed with their questions for the artist and a chance to win a prize.

Watch back previous episodes of The Record Club in association with Bowers & Wilkins here.