At the top of the ARIA Charts last week, Ed Sheeran claimed his fifth #1 album with =. On the Singles Chart, Elton John & Dua Lipa’s Cold Heart (Pnau Remix) hit the top spot.
Who’ll make an impact this week on the ARIA Charts?
Releasing Voyage, their first studio album in 40 years, ABBA could take out their first #1 in Australia in nearly 30 years.
Marking two decades of Kid A (#2 Oct. ‘00) and Amnesiac (#2 Jun. ‘01), Radiohead could hit this week’s chart with the reissue package Kid A Mnesia.
Welsh metal band Bullet For My Valentine will be aiming for their sixth Top Ten as they release their self-titled seventh album.
American R&B singer Summer Walker will be aiming for a new charts peak as she releases second album, Still Over It.
Featuring Gareth Liddiard (The Drones, Tropical F*ck Storm), Jim White (Dirty Three, PJ Harvey) and Chris Abrahams (The Necks, Laughing Clowns), Australian supergroup Springtime could hit their chart with their self-titled debut album.
Byron Bay-born, Berlin-based band Parcels will be hoping for their ARIA Top 50 debut as they release second album, Day/Night.
Melbourne post-punk band Dr Sure's Unusual Practice could chart with Remember The Future? Vol 2 & 1, which brings together their first two EPs.
This week’s chart could include moves by Garbage’s Beautiful Garbage (20th Anniversary Edition) and ABBA’s ABBA Gold & More (Anniversary Edition), among others.
Post Malone teams up with The Weeknd to release ‘One Right Now’, the second track from the American rapper’s forthcoming fourth album.
American rapper Travis Scott could hit this week’s chart after releasing two new tracks: ‘Escape Plan’ and ‘Mafia’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.