The group performed with Beyonce and Bruno Mars at the Super Bowl half-time show last Sunday (07Feb16) and now they've clinched their seventh chart-topper as A Head Full Of Dreams bounces back up the charts.

The album only made it to number two upon its December (15) release after coming up against Adele's 25, but it appears the buzz around the group's Super Bowl gig helped turn sales around.

Adele climbs back up the charts to two, while last week's number one, David Bowie collection Best Of Bowie, falls to three.

Justin Bieber's Purpose and Bowie's final album Blackstar round out the new top five, while Elton John's Wonderful Crazy Night scores the week's highest debut at six.

The release becomes Elton's 31st top 10 album.

Meanwhile, Danish pop act Lukas Graham have toppled Zayn Malik from the top of the singles chart, thanks to their first U.K. release, 7 Years.

Malik's Pillowtalk falls to two and Jonas Blue and Dakota's Fast Car rounds out the top three.