Justin Bieber picks up his second No.1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with Love Yourself. Bieber first hit No.1 on the ARIA Singles Chart back in September when What Do You Mean? spent four weeks in the top spot. A move of twelve spots puts Middle by DJ Snake into the top ten at No.7 for the first time. The Hilltop Hoods make a welcomed comeback into the ARIA Singles Chart with Higher debuting at No.9. With A Head Full Of Dreams debuting at No.2 on this week’s ARIA Albums Chart, its lead single has jumped sixteen spots to No.20 to pick up a new peak. It is Coldplay’s eleventh top 20 single in Australia.
No.9 HIGHER - Hilltop Hoods Feat. James Chatburn. The week’s highest debut comes from the Hilltop Hoods. Higher comes from the Adelaide trio’s forthcoming Walking Under Stars/Drinking From The Sun: Restrung album, which sees them team up with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Adelaide Chamber Singers Choir to rerecord, remix and restructure tracks from Drinking From The Sun (No.1 Mar. ’12) and Walking Under Stars (No.1 Aug. ’14).
No.11 SWEET LOVIN' - Sigala. The second ARIA Singles Chart appearance for British tropical-house DJ/producer, Sigala. In its first week in the chart, Sweet Lovin has overtaken Easy Love (No.14 Sep. ’15) as Sigala’s highest peak position.
No.42 WORK EP - Marcus Marr & Chet Faker. Since topping the ARIA Albums Chart with his debut LP late last year, electro neo-soul singer Chet Faker has since taken the world by storm. Teaming up with seasoned dancefloor maestro Marcus Marr, the pair has dropped the EP Work to critical accolades. The EP features the single Trouble With Us which is currently at No.13 on this week’s singles chart.
No.88 STAY - Kygo Feat. Maty Noyes. Making his fifth appearance in the top 100 singles chart for 2015 is Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, better known as Norwegian deep house DJ Kygo. Stay features the vocal stylings of singer Maty Noyes and peaked at No. 2 in Kygo’s native Norway. Kygo Peaked earlier this year with the single Firestone, which featured 2015 ARIA Award winner Conrad Sewell. The track peaked at No.10 in June.