British superstar Harry Styles claims his third #1 album on the ARIA Charts as he debuts in the top spot with Harry's House. The follow-up to Fine Line (#1 Dec. ’19) features the #1 single ‘As It Was’ (#1 Apr. ’22). All of the album’s 13 tracks appear in the Top 15 on this week’s ARIA Singles Chart. Styles first hit #1 in Australia with his self-titled debut (#1 May ’17). This week, Fine Line has moved to #4 and Harry Styles is up to #9. Harry’s House also tops the ARIA Vinyl Albums Chart, while Harry Styles is at #2 and Fine Line sits at #4.
Styles becomes the first artist to have #1s on both the Albums and Singles Chart in the same week since Adele in December 2021 with 30 and ‘Easy On Me’, respectively.
Flume scores his third ARIA Top Three entry as he debuts at #3 with Palaces. Featuring the single ‘Say Nothing’ (#16 Feb. ’22). It’s the Sydney producer’s first album since Skin (#1 Jun. ’16), which won eight ARIA Awards in 2016, including Album Of The Year and Best Dance Release. Between albums, Flume released the mixtape Hi This Is Flume (#11 Apr. ’19). Palaces features contributions from Damon Albarn, MAY-A, Emma Louise, Caroline Polachek and more.
With his massive Australian tour underway, The Kid Laroi climbs up the chart eight spots to #12 with F*ck Love (Over You). With the tour taking place over the next two weeks, the mixtape is likely to stay in the higher reaches of the chart.
Bella Taylor Smith, the winner of the 2021 season of The Voice Australia makes her ARIA Top 50 debut with Look Me In The Eyes. Released in April of this year, the EP has hit the chart now on the back of live shows Taylor Smith has performed as support for her Voice mentor, Guy Sebastian. This week, Sebastian’s album T.R.U.T.H. re-enters the Top 50 at #48.