Imagine Dragons’ new album, Origins, debuted at Number Two on the Billboard 200 album chart this week, with sales of 91,000 in its first week of release. The group’s fourth full-length studio LP managed 61,000 in physical album sales, with the rest coming via streaming and downloading. The band’s last studio set, Evolve, also debuted and peaked at Number Two on the chart in July 2017, ringing up first-week sales of 146,000 units. All of the band’s LPs have made it to the top two slots, with 2015’s Smoke And Mirrors hitting Number One while its 2012 debut disc, Night Visions, settled for the second spot. Singer Dan Reynolds has described Origins as a “sister album” to Evolve, saying, “We just kept creating and so we had these songs we created after Evolve, where we thought we could wait a couple years I guess, like bands are supposed to and put it out . . . but then it will be irrelevant. So we thought, ‘Well, this is a new world of music why don’t we put it out right now.’” The latest single from Origins, titled “Natural,” is currently at Number Seven on the Alternative radio airplay chart. You can also hear the song “Zero” in the upcoming Wreck-It Ralph sequel, Ralph Breaks The Internet, which opens on Wednesday.