Stay gold is staying at the top of the charts with its fifth consecutive week at number one.

The US pop-punk band, which has been in the top spot since May 1, is also on a run of strong sales.

The album sold 1.3 million copies worldwide in the week to April 30, beating the previous high of 1.2 million copies.

Its chart position means that it is the best-selling album of 2017 so far.

It also holds the top position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it has been since the week ending April 29, 2018.

The group also holds a tie for the biggest week in 2017 for a new artist in the US.

Its second-biggest week for a single artist in 2017 is February’s Hot 100 debut of “The One That Got Away.”

The band’s fourth album, the chart-topping “I Feel It Coming,” also sold 2.1 million copies and became the best selling album of all time.

“Stay Gold” has also topped the Billboard 200, with more than 200 million downloads sold.

Its success has seen the band’s popularity soar in the past year, which could help the group continue its ascent.