The National may not have beat out Daft Punk for the No. 1 album in the land, but Trouble Will Find Me did sell a boatload of copies. According to Billboard, the Brooklyn outfit’s sixth studio album debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 Album Charts after moving 75,000 units in its opening week.
The band’s 2010 album High Violet also debuted and peaked at No. 3, though it sold 24,000 fewer copies in its opening week.
For more on the creative process behind Trouble Will Find Me, make sure to read Michael Roffman’s recent Cover Story on The National. And also check out our list of The National’s Top 20 Songs — as expressed by GIFs.