New releases come from The Killers, Troye Sivan, BTS and more.
On last week’s ARIA Charts, ‘WAP’ became Cardi B’s first #1 single. Meanwhile, Taylor Swift’s folklore holds #1 on the Albums Chart for a fourth straight week.
Who could we see challenge for this week’s ARIA Charts top spot?
Let’s look at some of the likely debutants and movers.
American rock heroes The Killers will be aiming for their third #1 album as they release sixth studio effort Imploding The Mirage; ARIA-winner Troye Sivan returns with new EP In A Dream; American country star Tim McGraw releases his 16th studio album Here On Earth; Western Sydney hip hop artist Hooligan Hefs could make his Top 50 debut with the Living In Sin EP; Melbourne electronic act Cut Copy could hit the Top 50 for the first time in seven years as they release Freeze, Melt; hip hop veteran Nas releases 13th album King's Disease.
Look out for moves up this week’s chart by the various artists release Cannot Buy My Soul: The Songs Of Kev Carmody, as well as Paul Kelly & Paul Grabowsky’s Please Leave Your Light On, among others.
BTS release ‘Dynamite’, their first song fully recorded in English; Delta Goodrem could hit the Singles Chart for the first time in two years thanks to ‘Paralyzed’; Swedish pop duo Jubel could hit the Top 50 with their cover of King Harvest’s ‘Dancing In The Moonlight’.
This week’s Singles Chart could include jumps by 24kGoldn’s ‘Mood’, Conan Gray’s ‘Heather’ and Tate McRae’s ‘You Broke Me First’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.