It wasn't long ago that Blossoms were just a group of lads making music in a scaffolding yard.
But things have changed a lot since these childhood friends from Stockport teamed up to form a band in 2013.
They've gone from £3 gigs in Night & Day to topping the UK charts - and they could be on course for their second Number 1 this Friday.
The indie band's third album, "Foolish Loving Spaces", is leading this week's Official Chart Update - enjoying more CD and vinyl sales than any other record in the UK this week so far.
Blossoms' eponymous debut roared into the top slot back in 2016, whilst their sophomore effort, "Cool Like You", reached fourth in the charts two years later.
"Foolish Loving Spaces" was released on 31 January, preceded by the singles "Your Girlfriend” (which has racked up more than 12 million streams online), "The Keeper" and "If You Think This Is Real Life".