Jumps by G Flip, Thelma Plum and more!
American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish returns to the top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart with her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Its return comes after it took out Grammy Award for Album Of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. Debuting at #1 in April 2019, it spent seven non-consecutive weeks at the top during last year and was #1 on the 2019 ARIA End Of Year Albums Chart. Eilish’s EP Dont Smile At Me (#6 Feb. ’19) has climbed seven to #18.
G Flip jumps 16 spots to #23 with her debut album, About Us. The Melbourne artist scored four entries in this year’s Hottest 100, with ‘Drink Too Much’ ranking the highest at #6.
Thelma Plum re-enters the Top 50 at #31 with her ARIA-nominated debut Better In Blak. Plum took out three Hottest 100 spots, with the album’s title track taking out the highest spot at #9.
After taking out two Hottest 100 spots and winning Best Rap Album at the Grammy, Tyler, The Creator returns to the chart at #40 with Igor.
2019 ARIA winners Hilltop Hoods and Ruel have re-entered the Top 50 at #44 and #45, respectively, after their Hottest 100 successes.o
#8: Pet Shop Boys ‘Hotspot’ – British dance-pop legends the Pet Shop Boys return with Hotspot, their 14th studio album. The duo has labelled the album the last in a trilogy that also included Electric (#24 Jul. ’13) and Super (#12 Apr. ’16). It features contributions by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler and London synth-pop band Years & Years. The Pet Shop Boys’ highest peak on the chart was with Very (#2 Oct. ’93).