News 2 March 2022

Gang Of Youths, Slash, Avril Lavigne heading for big debuts on this week's ARIA Charts

Tears For Fears could make a chart return.

Gang Of Youths, Slash, Avril Lavigne heading for big debuts on this week's ARIA Charts

At the top of the ARIA Charts last week, ARIA Hall Of Fame members Midnight Oil scored their sixth #1 album with Resist and Elton John & Dua Lipa made it ten weeks at #1 on the Singles Chart with ‘Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)’.

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Sydney’s Gang Of Youths will be aiming for their second ARIA Charts #1 album as they return with the long-awaited third album, angel in realtime.

After debuting outside of the Top 50, Slash & Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators could get a second week boost with 4.

Releasing Love Sux, her seventh studio album, Avril Lavigne could be headed for her seventh Top Ten entry.

As they return with The Tipping Point, their first new album in 18 years, British duo Tears For Fears could hit the Albums Chart for the first time in over 30 years.

British rapper Central Cee could take out his second Top 50 entry on the back of 23, his second mixtape.

ARIA Award-nominated country singer-songwriter Casey Barnes will be aiming for his second Top 50 entry as he releases Light It Up, his sixth album.

On the back of the new that they’re returning to Australia, Foo Fighters could move up the chart with their Greatest Hits album.


‘What Else Can I Do?’ could become the fourth track from the Encanto soundtrack to hit the Singles Chart Top 50. We could also see moves by ‘We Don’t Talk About Bruno’, ‘Surface Pressure’ and ‘The Family Madrigal’

After debuting at #36 last week, Jack Harlow’s ‘Nail Tech’ could climb this week’s chart.

Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.