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Jessica Goodman
November 02, 2015 AT 01:36 PM EST

5 Seconds of Summer wasted no time climbing the Billboard charts. The Aussie pop-punk band’s second album Sounds Good Feels Good debuted at No. 1 Sunday after its release on Oct. 23.

This is the band’s second straight No. 1; their first album, 5 Seconds of Summer, also premiered atop the Billboard 200 in 2014. Billboard reports that they’re the only band to have its first two studio albums debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

According to Nielsen Music, Sounds Good Feels Good moved 192,000 units in its first week out.

Band members Ashton Irwin and Luke Hemmings shared their excitement about the news.

Bassist-vocalist Calum Hood previewed the album to EW earlier this summer and said, “We were on the road for about two years, and some of the songs when we wrote them, we were like 15. This one’s more mature. I think our sound evolved naturally since we’re growing up as well. It’s not totally left field. It’s still got the same roots as the last album.” They described Sounds Good Feels Good as having been inspired by bands like Green Day, Third Eye Blind, and Good Charlotte.

Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller debuted at No. 2, and The Weeknd’s summer release Beauty Behind The Madness clocked in at No. 3. Head over to Billboard for more on this week’s charts.

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