News 17 February 2021

The Rubens, The Pretty Reckless, Sia all looking for high debuts on this week's ARIA Charts

Slowthai, Taylor Swift, P!nk and more also set to make an impact.

The Rubens, The Pretty Reckless, Sia all looking for high debuts on this week's ARIA Charts

American rock veterans Foo Fighters scored their eighth ARIA #1 album as they debuted in the top spot last week with Medicine At Midnight. Over on the Singles Chart, Olivia Rodrigo made it five weeks at #1 with ‘Drivers License’.

Which artists could we see light up this week’s ARIA Charts?


Menangle band The Rubens will be aiming for at least their fourth consecutive Top Three debut as they release fourth album, 0202.

American rock band The Pretty Reckless could score their first ever Top Ten entry as they return with fourth album, Death By Rock And Roll.

The soundtrack to Sia’s directorial debut, Music - Songs From And Inspired By The Motion Picture, could land the Australian singer-songwriter a new entry on the Albums Chart for the first time since 2017.

British rapper Slowthai could be set to make his ARIA Top 50 debut as he releases his second album, Tyron.

American garage rock duo The White Stripes release their first ever career-spanning compilation, The White Stripes Greatest Hits.

Releasing fifth album, Life Rolls On, American country duo Florida Georgia Line will be aiming for their fourth ARIA Top 50 entry.

Tasmanian band Luca Brasi could take out their third Top 50 entry as they release fifth studio album, Everything Is Tenuous.

Following its reissue on vinyl, The Amity Affliction’s 2012 #1 Chasing Ghosts could make a return to the Top 50.


American rapper Lil Tjay and singer 6lack could hit the Singles Chart this week with ‘Calling My Phone’.

Taylor Swift could start off 2021 with a return to the Singles Chart Top Ten thanks to her new version of former #1 ‘Love Story’, re-titled ‘Love Story (Taylor’s Version)’.

P!nk could hit the Singles Chart as a lead artist for the first time since 2019 as she releases ‘Cover Me In Sunshine’, featuring her daughter, Willow Sage Hart.

Following the reissue of Future Nostalgia (#1 Apr. ’20), Dua Lipa could hit the Top 50 with new single ‘We're Good’.

Sydney hip hop artist Masked Wolf could make his Singles Chart debut with ‘Astronaut In The Ocean’.

Ava Max’s ‘My Head & My Heart’ will be aiming to continue its chart ascent.

Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.