Dance music supergroup Swedish House Mafia have ruined Adele's U.K. pop comeback by scoring their first number one on the singles chart.
The Scandinavian DJs' Don't You Worry Child has outsold Adele's Bond theme Skyfall by 43,000 copies to reach the top of the countdown.
Meanwhile, Mumford and Sons' TransAtlantic album chart success continues - the band's new release, Babel, has returned to the top of the rundown it was knocked off last weekend by Muse's The 2nd Law.
Babel is also America's current number one.
Ellie Goulding's Halcyon crashes into the charts at two, while Muse drop to three. Pink's The Truth About Love and Emeli Sande's Our Version Of Events round out the new top five.