British rockers Bombay Bicycle Club have raced to the top of the U.K. albums chart to score their first number one.

The indie group's So Long, See You Tomorrow sailed into pole position, easily outselling its closest rival, Avicii's True, by over 6,000 units.

Ellie Goulding's Halcyon rounded out the new top three in third place.

Meanwhile, in the U.K. singles chart, electro group Clean Bandit held on to number one with Rather Be, followed by Pharrell Williams' Happy and Dibby Dibby Sound, a new collaboration between DJ Fresh, Jay Fay and Ms. Dynamite.