Hozier's debut album is back at the Irish Number One spot having now sold 90,000 copies in Ireland and over one million worldwide.
He knocks James Bay off the top and this is Hozier's eighth week at No 1 in total and his 27th week in the Irish Top 10.
The Wicklow man's debut single, Take Me To Church, is also the most streamed song by an Irish artist of all time, racking up over 250 million streams worldwide.
Hozier plays support to Foo Fighters in Slane Castle on May 30th and will also headline Longitude Festival this July in Marlay Park, Dublin along with Chemical Brothers and Alt-J.
Over on singles going steady, OMI hits No 1 with Cheerleader. The only new entry in this week's new Top 10 is Future Hearts by All Time Low.
Ireland’s Top 10 albums
2 1 Hozier - Hozier (Island)
3 2 X - Ed Sheeran (Asylum)
1 3 Chaos and The Calm - James Bay (Republic)
6 4 In The Lonely Hour - Sam Smith (Capitol)
7 5 1989 - Taylor Swift (Big Machine)
11 6 1000 Forms of Fear - Sia (Monkey Puzzle)
7 Future Hearts - All Time Low (Hopeless)
10 8 Coming Up For Air - Kodaline (B-Unique)
9 9 Wanted On Voyage - George Ezra (Columbia)
4 10 The Day Is My Enemy - The Prodigy (Take Me To The Hospital)
Ireland’s Top 10 singles
3 1 Cheerleader - Omi (Ultra)
2 2 Hold Back The River - James Bay (Republic)
4 3 King - Years & Years (Polydor)
5 4 Four Five Seconds - Rihanna Ft. Kanye West & Paul McCartney (Roc Nation)
6 5 Uptown Funk! - Mark Ronson Feat. Bruno Mars (Columbia)
7 6 Sugar - Maroon 5 (Interscope)
8 7 Love Me Like You Do - Ellie Goulding (Polydor)
9 8 Hold My Hand - Jess Glynne (Atlantic)
9 See You Again - Wiz Khalifa Feat. Charlie Puth (Atlantic)
12 10 Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran (Asylum)
Chart courtesy of IRMA
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