On last week’s ARIA Charts, 5 Seconds Of Summer front man Luke Hemmings claimed his first solo #1 album as he debuted at the top with When Facing The Things We Turn Away From. Over on the Singles Chart, it was week six at #1 for The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber’s ‘Stay’.
Who could hit the ARIA Charts this week?
New Zealand superstar Lorde will be aiming for her third straight #1 album as she returns with Solar Power.
Melbourne band Tropical F**k Storm could take out a new Albums Chart peak as they release third studio album, Deep States.
Releasing fourth album, Trip At Knight, American rapper Trippie Redd will be looking to make his first appearance in the Albums Chart Top Ten.
Australian duo Holy Holy could snare their second Top Ten as they release Hello My Beautiful World, their fourth album.
A collection of songs about fishing by the late Slim Dusty called Gone Fishin' could hit this week’s chart.
Sibling duo Angus and Julia Stone return with their first album in four years, Life Is Strange.
Country singer-songwriter Shane Nicholson could hit the chart with Living In Colour, his ninth album and the first in four years.
This week’s chart could include moves by Ed Sheeran’s No.6 Collaborations Project and Guy Sebastian’s T. R. U. T. H.
Announcing fifth album =, Ed Sheeran could chart with the new single ‘Visiting Hours’, a tribute to Mushroom Records founder Michael Gudinski.
As well as hitting the Albums Chart, Lorde could chart with the track ‘Mood Ring’ and move back up the chart with ‘Solar Power’.
Perth artist Clinton Kane could make his ARIA Top 50 debut with ‘I Guess I'm In Love’.
American producer Skrillex could take out his first chart entry since 2017 as he teams with Justin Bieber and Don Toliver on ‘Don't Go’.
A week on from debuting at #7, Elton John and Dua Lipa’s ‘Cold Heart (Pnau Remix)’ could jump up the chart.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.