On last week’s ARIA Charts, Sydney band Rüfüs Du Sol scored their third #1 as they debuted in the top spot with Surrender. On the Singles Chart, it was week two at #1 for Adele’s ‘Easy On Me’.
Who could hit the ARIA Charts this week?
British superstar Ed Sheeran could score his fifth #1 album on the ARIA Charts as he releases fourth studio album, =.
Melbourne indie rock legends Even could make their first Top 50 appearance in 20 years on the back of Reverse Light Years, their eighth album.
As they release Hushed And Grim, their first album in four years, American metal band Mastodon could take out their sixth Top 50 entry.
Returning with fifth album, I Don't Live Here Anymore, American indie rockers The War On Drugs could take out their third career chart entry.
Legendary singer-songwriter Tori Amos could hit the Top 50 for the first time in a decade ss she releases her 16th studio album, Ocean To Ocean.
Following its release to streaming services, A$AP Rocky’s 2011 mixtape LIVE.LOVE.A$AP could make its Top 50 debut.
Dami Im could hit the Top 50 for the first time in three years as she releases her sixth album, My Reality.
The Spice Girls’ debut album Spice could return to the Top 50 on the back of its 25th anniversary reissue.
The Veronicas’ 2021 albums, Human and Godzilla, could return to the Top 50 after their release on vinyl.
On top of the release of =, Ed Sheeran could hit this week’s Singles Chart with ‘Overpass Graffiti’, ‘First Times’, ‘Tides’ and ‘2Step’, plus ‘Visiting Hours’ could climb back up the chart.
Swedish producer NEIKED and English singer-songwriter Mae Muller will be aiming for a Top 50 debut with the Polo G-featured ‘Better Days’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.