Best Artist nominee for the 2022 ARIA Awards, Daniel Johns, is back at the top of the Albums Chart for the first time in 22 weeks.
The icon of Australian rock has spent a phenomenal six weeks in the top 10 albums, before climbing back to the top this week after FutureNever’s vinyl release. The album also comes in at #1 on the Vinyl Albums Chart.
At a gap of 22 weeks, FutureNever holds the record for biggest gap between debuting at #1 and returning to #1 for an Aussie artist.
Daniel Johns said: “To have FutureNever go to #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart twice in 2022 and spend 6 weeks in the ARIA Top 10 is amazing. Thank you to the incredible people who worked on this album with me and a very special thank you to everyone who has listened to FutureNever and helped spread the word. For an album with no singles and no music videos, I’m truly grateful that the music is speaking for itself.”
ARIA CEO, Annabelle Herd, said: “FutureNever has had such a success story in the ARIA Charts. After becoming the longest-standing album in the ARIA Albums Chart top 20 back in June, its return to #1 today is pretty amazing. Congratulations to Daniel and his team.”
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