Kate Bush took out the top spot on the ARIA Singles Charts last week with ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)’ and Harry Styles held strong for third week at #1 on the ARIA Albums Charts with Harry’s House.
Who could make an impact on this week’s ARIA Charts?
K-pop superstars BTS could score their third ARIA #1 album as they release the compilation Proof.
Melbourne singer-songwriter Vance Joy could score his third Top Three as he returns with In Our Own Sweet Time, his first album in four years.
Releasing his third album, Gold Rush Kid, British singer-songwriter George Ezra could take out his third ARIA Top Ten entry.
American metal band Motionless In White will be aiming for a new career peak as they release Scoring The End Of The World, their sixth album.
The late XXXTentacion could hit the chart with the compilation Look At Me: The Album.
American country artist Carrie Underwood could hit the chart for the first time in four years with Denim & Rhinestones, her ninth album.
This week’s chart could include moves by SZA’s CTRL and Tame Impala’s Currents, among others.
As well as a possible Albums Chart debut, BTS could take out their first Singles Chart entry for 2022 with ‘Yet To Come’.
Vance Joy could pick up a second chart entry from Our Own Sweet Time with ‘Clarity’.
Nicky Youre & Dazy’s TikTok hit ‘Sunroof’ could make its Top 50 debut.
OneRepublic could hit the Singles Chart for the first time since 2020 with ‘I Ain't Worried’.
Look out for moves on the chart this week for Doja Cat’s ‘Vegas’ and Lady Gaga’s ‘Hold My Hand’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.
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