Mumford & Sons Have Returned To The Top Of The U.s. Album Chart Thanks To 249,000 First-week Sales Of Their New Album Wilder Mind.
It's the British band's second U.S. number one, following on from the success of 2012's Babel.
Josh Groban's Stages holds firm at two for a second week, thanks in part to healthy Mother's Day weekend sales, and the new Now 54 compilation debuts at three.
Rapper Tech N9ne enters at four with Special Effects, while last week's number one - Zac Brown Band's Jekyll + Hyde - rounds out the new top five at five.
Meanwhile, Wiz Khalifa scores a fifth week at the top of the Hot 100 with See You Again.
The Furious 7 track, featuring Charlie Puth, keeps rapper Fetty Wap's Trap Queen off the top of the charts, while The Weeknd's Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey) returns to the top three at three.