With 5SOS flying high, Post Malone’s “Better Now” (Republic/Universal) holds at No. 2, Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” (Liberator) dips 3-1, Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa’s “One Kiss” (Columbia/Sony) is up 5-4 and Drake’s “Nice For What” (Republic/Universal) slips 4-5.
On the latest singles survey, Amy Shark makes her move with “I Said Hi” (Wonderlick/Sony), which climbs one place to No. 8, a new peak, while Anne-Marie’s “2002”(EastWest/Warner) gains two spots to No. 10, earning the English artist her third top 10 entry after “Alarm” (No. 7 in Aug. 2016) and her Marshmello collaboration “Friends” (No. 4 in April 2018).
On the ARIA Albums Chart, Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys (Universal) returns to the zenith with a 5-1 climb, as his debut album Stoney improves 20-17.
Also, Melbourne singer-songwriter: Courtney Barnett enjoys a career high placing with Tell Me How You Really Feel (Milk/Inertia), which starts at No. 2, eclipsing the No. 4 peak of her 2015 solo album Sometimes I Sit And Think, And Sometimes I Just Sit and the No. 5 best for her 2017 collaboration with American singer-songwriter Kurt Vile on Lotta Sea Lice.
American metal band Five Finger Death Punch land a second top 10 entry with And Justice For None (ES1/Sony), their seventh album. It’s new at No. 4.
Another group making a big impression on the current chart frame is K-pop boy band BTS, who snag a new albums chart peak with Love Yourself: Tear (BHT/ORCH). The pop superstars' Billboard 200 chart leader enters the Australian chart at No. 6.