Taylor Swift’s evermore holds the #1 position on the ARIA Albums Chart for a fourth consecutive week. It equals the run in the top spot by Swift’s previous album, folklore. Of the American singer-songwriter’s seven #1 albums, only 1989 has more weeks at the top (nine weeks).
Fine Line by Harry Styles jumps up from #5 to #2 this week. It’s the 52nd week in the Top Ten for Styles’ second album. In total, it’s spent 56 weeks in the chart since being released in December 2019. The move comes in the week that the video for ‘Treat People with Kindness’ was released featuring Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Fine Line is #1 on this week’s ARIA Vinyl Albums Chart.
Climbing up from #6 to #3, The Kid Laroi’s debut mixtape F*ck Love (Savage) returns to its Albums Chart peak. It previously hit #3 twice; first in August 2020 when F*ck Love (the original version) debuted and again in November 2020 on the release of the re-titled deluxe edition F*ck Love (Savage). The Kid Laroi was nominated for three ARIA Awards in 2020.
After nine weeks out of the Top Ten, Pop Smoke’s former #1 Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon moves up eight spots to #5. Debuting in the top spot in July, the album spent 17 consecutive weeks in the Top Ten in 2020. This week the singles ‘What You Know Bout Love’ and ‘For The Night’ sit at #18 and #47, respectively.
Dua Lipa’s former #1 Future Nostalgia jumps from #12 to #8. It becomes the album’s 16th week in the Top Ten.
This week’s chart includes moves by Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die (#19 to #13), Ed Sheeran’s ÷ (#27 to #14), Luke Combs’ This One’s For You (#31 to #19), Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (#29 to #20), The Weeknd’s After Hours (#49 to #21).