The track holds off competition from Major Lazer and DJ Snake's Lean On, which rises one spot to two, just ahead of OMI's Cheerleader.

Deorro & Chris Brown are new at four with Five More Hours, and Walk The Moon's Shut Up & Dance climbs to five.

Meanwhile, British rockers Muse have notched up their second week atop the U.K. albums chart with Drones.

Florence + The MAChine sit at two with How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, while another former number one, Paul Simon's Ultimate Collection, bounces back up nine places to three.

Veteran crooner James Taylor scores his best U.K. chart performance in 44 years with Before This World, which enters at four, and Ed Sheeran's X marks its one year anniversary in the countdown at five.

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