All Time Low's 'Future Hearts' Album is No. 2 on Billboard 200
The band's sixth studio full-length came in with 80,000 units -- 75,000 of which are pure album sales.
Sadly, beating the pop-rock four-piece this week for the number one spot was the soundtrack for Furious 7 which moved 111,000 equivalent album units in the week ending April 12 (up 51 percent), according to Nielsen Music.
According to Billboard, Future Hearts was the top selling album of the week, and launches at No. 1 on the Top Album Sales chart (which ranks titles based on traditional album sales).
The new album also marks the band's best sales-week to date. 2009’s Nothing Personal debuted and peaked at No. 4 from a 63,000 sales start.