Last week’s ARIA Charts saw Delta Goodrem take out her fifth #1 on the Albums Chart with Bridge Over Troubled Dreams and Russ Millions & Tion Wayne holding #1 on the Singles Chart for a second week with ‘Body’.
Which artists will make an impact on this week’s ARIA Charts?
After scoring a #1 with debut single ‘Drivers License’, American singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo will be aiming for a #1 on the Albums Chart with debut LP, SOUR.
Releasing the soundtrack album All I Know So Far: Setlist, American superstar P!nk will be aiming for her seventh #1 album.
Following Trench (#1 Oct. ’18), American duo Twenty One Pilots will be aiming for a third Top Ten album with sixth album Scaled And Icy.
Shoegaze legends My Bloody Valentine could make their first ever ARIA Albums Chart appearance with both 1991’s Loveless and 1988’s Isn't Anything expected to hit the Top 50 after reissues.
The soundtrack to last weekend's Eurovision Song Contest Rotterdam 2021 could hit this week’s chart.
Simpsons-inspired Melbourne doom rock band Dr Colossus could score their first ARIA Albums Chart entry with I'm A Stupid Moron With An Ugly Face And A Big Butt And My Butt Smells And I Like To Kiss My Own Butt.
Electronic rock veteran Gary Numan could hit the Albums Chart in Australia for the first time in over 40 years after the release of his 19th solo album, Intruder.
Following the success of ‘Dynamite’ (#2 Aug. ’20), BTS release their second English-language single, ‘Butter’.
American social media personality Bella Poarch could make her Singles Chart debut with ‘Build A B**ch’.
London DJ/producer Majestic could hit the chart with his remix of Boney M’s ‘Rasputin’.
Melbourne singer-songwriter Vance Joy could make his first appearance in the Top 50 since 2018 as he releases ‘Missing Piece’.
As well as hitting the Albums Chart, Olivia Rodrigo could move up the Singles Chart with previous releases ‘Déjà Vu’ and ‘Drivers License’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.