New releases come from Paul Kelly, Alanis Morissette, Hockey Dad and more.
It was a Taylor Swift double at the top of last week’s ARIA Charts, with the American superstar picking up her sixth #1 album with folklore and sixth #1 single with ‘Cardigan’.
Who could we see taking out the top honours on this week’s ARIA Charts?
Here are some of the possible debutants and movers.
ARIA winners Paul Kelly and Paul Grabowsky team up for the new album Please Leave Your Light On; Alanis Morissette returns with her first album in eight years, Such Pretty Forks In The Road; Wollongong duo Hockey Dad could score their second Top Ten album with third LP Brain Candy; country singer-songwriter Travis Collins returns with seventh album Wreck Me; Thundamentals member Tuka releases fourth solo album Nothing In Common But Us; more than a year on from scoring a Top Ten hit with ‘3 Nights’ (#3 Apr. ’19), American artist Dominic Fike releases his debut album What Could Possibly Go Wrong; Irish post-punk band Fontaines D.C. could make their Top 50 debut on the back of second album A Hero's Death.
Look out for moves up the chart this week by The Weeknd’s After Hours, Split Enz’s True Colours and RM’s Mono.
Billie Eilish could score her second Top Ten single for 2020 as she releases ‘My Future’; British producers Joel Corry and MNEK team up on ‘Head & Heart’; the late Pop Smoke could take out his fourth Top 50 entry with ‘Mood Swings’.
This week’s Singles Chart could include moves by Nea’s ‘Some Say’ and Regard’s ‘Secrets’, among others.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.