On last week’s ARIA Charts, Justin Bieber took out his fourth #1 album as Justice debuted in the top spot. Meanwhile, it was week five at #1 on the Singles Chart for Glass Animals’ ‘Heat Waves’.
Which acts could shake up this week’s ARIA Charts?
Byron Bay surf rock trio Skegss will be aiming for their first chart-topper as they release second album, Rehearsal.
Releasing fifth album, The Bitter Truth, Evanescence could score their fifth ARIA Top Ten entry.
After taking out his first Top Ten entry with The Search (#3 Aug. ’19), American rapper NF could take out his second with Clouds (The Mixtape).
American rock supergroup Tomahawk return with Tonic Immobility, their first album in eight years.
American country star Carrie Underwood releases her first album of gospel music, My Savior.
Following the issue of a deluxe edition, Benny Blanco’s 2018 debut album Friends Keep Secrets could make its ARIA Top 50 debut.
Tame Impala's debut album Innerspeaker could return to the chart this week after it was reissued to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
Troye Sivan’s debut album Blue Neighbourhood could return to the chart after the release of a new vinyl issue.
After its Australian premiere, the soundtrack to Hamilton - An American Musical could return to the chart.
Taylor Swift could hit this week’s Singles Chart with the Maren Morris-featured ‘You All Over Me (Taylor's Version)’, the second single from the forthcoming Fearless (Taylor’s Version).
Lil Nas X the title track to his forthcoming album, ‘Montero (Call Me By Your Name)’.
Maroon 5 and Megan Thee Stallion team up for the new single ‘Beautiful Mistakes’.
Sam Fischer and Demi Lovato could hit this week’s Singles Chart as they join forces on ‘What Other People Say’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Friday.