Australians only like Olivia Rodrigo‘s Guts.
The U.S. pop phenomenon’s sophomore record album begins an additional week that is consecutive No. 1 on the ARIA Chart, holding off LPs by The Weeknd (The Highlights unchanged at No. 2 via Universal) and Taylor Swift (1989 up 9-3 via Big Machine/Universal).
The top new entry on the albums tally belongs to Teddy Swims (real name: Jaten Dimsdale), whose debut I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1) (via Warner) bows at No. 4. The Atlanta, GA vocalist completed a national headline tour last month, produced by Frontier Touring.
the ARIA that is current five is finished by Travis Scott’s previous leader Utopia (Epic/Sony), down 3-5.
Additionally fresh to the frame that is top Jared Leto’s Thirty Seconds To Mars with It’s The End Of The World But It’s A Beautiful Day (Concord/Universal), new at No. 9. The U.S. alternative rock outfit’s career-best chart position in Australia is a No. 4 peak for 2013’s Love, Lust, Faith And Dreams.
Further down the list, Mitski lands her second title on the ARIA Chart with The Land Is Inhospitable And So Are We (Dead Oceans/Inertia), new at No. 13. The artist that is japanese-American cracked the best 10 with 2022’s Laurel Hell, peaking at No. 7.
U.S. rap artist Sleepy Hallow, meanwhile, handbags 1st look from the ARIA Chart with Boy Meets World (RCA/Sony), their 2nd business LP. It’s brand new at No. 32.
Over from the national singles tally, released Friday, Sept. 22, Doja Cat’s “Paint The Town Red” (via RCA/Sony) comes into a week that is fifth the summit. “Paint The Town Red” is lifted from the U.S. artist and producer’s fourth solo studio album Scarlet, which arrived earlier today.
The top five is completed by Swift’s “Cruel Summer” (up 4-3), Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” (up 5-4 via Republic/Universal) and Tate McRae’s “Greedy” (RCA/Sony), new at No. 5 for the week’s debut that is top. That’s a profession large when it comes to artist that is canadian whose previous best was No. 7 in 2020 for “You Broke Me First.”
Kenya Grace’s “Strangers” (Warner) is making a strong connection with Australian audiences. The South Africa-born, U.K.-based artist’s label that is major bounces 30-6 within its next few days from the review.