SAN FRANCISCO—The Nashville rock band, Kings of Leon have returned to the billboard charts. After a three year break, the band has made a comeback with “Walls,” the group’s seventh album. The band will perform on Friday, January 27 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.

After 17 years and 7 studio albums, Kings of Leon landed their first No. 1 album “Walls,” which was released in October 2016.

Co- founder and drummer told the Duluth News Tribune in an interview, “we were more shocked than anything.”

“I’m just glad that Lady Gaga waited a week to put her record out, ” said Nathan Followill.

The group consists of brothers Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill and their cousin Matthew Followill. Prior to their new album release, the band has had several hit singles on the billboard  charts. Including “Sex on Fire,” “Use Somebody,” and “Closer.”

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Billboard welcomes back Kings of Leon with songs like “Around the World” and “Reverend.” While the album’s highlight its hit single  “Waste a Moment.” It has remained in the charts for the 15th consecutive week in slots #1 and #2.

It’s quite the comeback following the 2013’s album“Mechanical Bull,” a disappointing set of songs and performance.