British band Blossoms have scored a second week at the top of the U.K. album charts to become the first act to land consecutive weeks at number one since Adele in April (16).
The group's self-titled album has held off challenges from Drake's Visions and ELO's greatest hits, which are both former number ones.
French act Christine and the Queens jump up to four with Chaleur Humane, while Bob Marley's Legend returns to the top five for its 734th week on the countdown.
The top of the singles chart is also unchanged with Major Lazer and Justin Bieber's Cold Water holding off DJ Snake's Bieber collaboration Let Me Love You for the number one spot.
Bieber's one-two punch comes at a perfect time for the singer, who headlines the two-site V Festival in England this weekend (20-21Aug16).