Grammy Award-winning folk duo finally bagged their first No. 1 in the Billboard 200 album chart this week with their self-titled, sophomore studio album, moving 116,000 copies despite album sales being generally down nowadays. The achievement is quite ironic and impressive as the pair are already on hiatus following "internal discord and irreconcilable differences of ambition," not going on tour or performing any shows to promote the said album.
Taking the runner-up position is the new "Now 47" compilation with 82,000 copies sold, extending the streak of all the other "Now" albums preceding it, that of debuting in the top ten, except only for the first one. Getting dethroned from last week's top spot to third place this week is 's phenomenal "" with 65,000, down 63%, taking the spot occupied last week by 's platinum-selling ", which gets bumped to the fourth place this week with 48,000, down 22%.