‘Heat Waves’ by British band Glass Animals notches up an eighth week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. Since returning to #1 last week, 47 weeks after last hitting the peak, the single has gone to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for the first time. ‘Heat Waves’ became Glass Animals’ first US #1 59 weeks after making its debut on the chart.
Camila Cabello scores her first Singles Chart entry for 2022 with the Ed Sheeran-featured ‘Bam Bam’ debuting at #19. It’s the second single to come from Cabello’s forthcoming third album, Familia (due on 8 April) after ‘Don’t Go Yet’ (#43 Aug. ’21).
British singer-songwriter/producer Labrinth takes out a second chart entry in as many weeks as ‘I'm Tired’ debuts at #21. Like last week’s entry, ‘All Of Us’ (#49 Mar. ’22), ‘I’m Tired’ comes from the soundtrack to the TV series Euphoria and is a collaboration with actress/singer Zendaya.
British production duo SUPER-Hi make their ARIA Charts debut at #27 with ‘Following The Sun’. Consisting of George Tizzard and Rick Parkhouse, the pair have also collaborated under the Red Triangle moniker since 2012, working with the likes of Take That, James Arthur, David Guetta, Ronan Keating and Lukas Graham.
Teaming up for the collaboration ‘Freaky Deaky’, American duo Tyga and Doja Cat debut at #29. The track comes from Tyga’s forthcoming album and becomes his first entry on the Singles Chart since ‘Haute’ (#50 Jun. ’19). This week Doja Cat is also on the chart with ‘Kiss Me More’ (#24) and ‘Woman’ (#28).
American singer-songwriter Elley Duhé takes out first solo appearance on the Singles Chart at #31 with ‘Middle Of The Night’. Duhé previously appeared on the chart with Zedd and the song ‘Happy Now’ (#27 Sept. ’18). ‘Middle Of The Night’ has become a popular song on TikTok in recent times.
Debuting at #35, ‘Starlight’ becomes British hip hop artist Dave’s second ARIA Top 50 entry. The artist, who recently won Best Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act at the 2022 Brit Awards, first appeared on the chart last year with ‘Clash’ (#29 Aug. ’21).
Five years after its initial release, ‘Infinity’ by American singer-songwriter Jaymes Young makes its chart debut at #48. First appearing on Young’s 2017 debut album Feel Something, it became viral on TikTok in late-2021 and has subsequently appeared in over 5 million videos.