Contenders include Flume, Architects and Fifth Harmony.
Last week on the ARIA Charts, Ariana Grande picked up her second #1 album with Dangerous Woman and Drake notched up his fourth straight week at #1 on the Singles Chart with ‘One Dance’.
Who’ll be the debuts and movers on this week’s ARIA Charts?
Let’s take a look at some of this week’s contenders.
After topping the chart with his debut, Sydney producer Flume will be hoping for a repeat with second LP Skin; British metalcore band Architects could be set for their second top 50 appearance thanks to seventh album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us; with their second album The Ride, British band Catfish and the Bottlemen could pick up their first top 50; Fifth Harmony will be looking for their first top ten with second album 7/27; Sydney rapper Rates could pick up a second top 50 album with Untold; The Wiggles could grab their second top 50 album for 2016 with The Best Of; Italian metal band Lacuna Coil may make their ARIA top 50 debut with eighth album Delirium; to mark their 50th anniversary The Monkees return with their first album in 20 years, Good Times!; American country singer-songwriter Dierks Bentley may make his first Albums Chart appearance with eighth album Black; Pendulum, the new EP from Winterbourne , could give the Central Coast duo their first Albums Chart entry; Beth Orton could pick up her first top 50 entry in ten years with sixth album Kidsticks; English trio Band Of Skulls could pick up their third top 50 album with fourth album By Default.
Albums that could make a move up the chart this week include Adele’s 25, Rüfüs’ Bloom, and Flume’s self-titled debut.
Charlie Puth could pick up his third ARIA Singles Chart appearance as lead artist with ‘We Don't Talk Anymore’; Flo Rida and Jason Derulo team up for ‘Hello Friday’; Selena Gomez could be set for her second charting single of 2016 with ‘Kill Em With Kindness’.
Looking to make their move up the Singles Chart this week are P!nk’s ‘Just Like Fire’, Meghan Trainor’s ‘Me Too’, Drake’s ‘Too Good’, Ariana Grande’s ‘Into You’ and Keith Urban’s ‘The Fighter’.
The weekly ARIA Charts announcement happens every Saturday at 6pm.
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