It’s official: All Time Low have the No. 1 album in America this week (sort of)

Baltimore pop-punks All Time Low have accomplished many things in their career—gold records, magazine covers, the world record for the most amount of bras thrown onstage during a single performance [citation needed], probably a few tickets from police for indecent exposure—but they have never had the No. 1 album in the country, until today. Billboard has confirmed that ATL’s new album, Future Hearts, sold 75,000 copies in its first week, enough to secure it as No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart, which measures traditional album sales. Unfortunately, Future Hearts is not the No. 1 album on Billboard’s main chart, the Top 200, as that chart incorporates traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). ATL sit at No. 2 on that chart with total combined sales of 80,000; in the pole position is the soundtrack to Furious 7, which only sold 45,000 actual albums last week but did a whopping 111,000 units in combined sales. Confused yet? Yeah, so are we, but the point is All Time Low (and their label, Hopeless Records) have their first-ever No .1 album in their career—and no one, not even Vin Diesel and the Rock, can take that away. If you haven’t heard it yet (which seems unlikely), you can stream Future Hearts in full below.