Lukas Graham Extends Chart Streak Down Under, Matt Corby’s Debut Album Opens At No. 1
Lukas Graham has extended its streak to five weeks at No. 1 on Australia's singles chart, while Matt Corby is crowned leader of the national albums survey.
Lukas Graham has extended its streak to five weeks at No. 1 on Australia’s singles chart, while Matt Corby is crowned leader of the national albums survey.
Lukas Graham’s “7 Years” (Warner) has earned platinum certification during the Danish soul-pop quartet’s six weeks on the ARIA Singles Chart (it has also logged five weeks at the summit of the U.K. chart). “7 Years” is also the best-selling track on ARIA’s latest Streaming Tracks chart.
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The runner-up on the ARIA Singles Chart this week is Alan Walker’s “Faded” (Sony), which leaps 14-2 in its third week. Hilltop Hoods Feat. Montaigne & Tom Thum’s “1955” (Golden Era/Universal) holds at No. 3, Twenty One Pilots’ platinum hit “Stressed Out” (Fueled By Ramen/Warner) falls 2-4, while Charlie Puth’s own platinum track “One Call Away” (Atlantic/Warner) is unchanged at No. 5.
Fifth Harmony feat. Ty Dolla $ign’s “Work From Home” (Syco/Sony) just misses a berth in the top 5. The recording rises 13-6 to become Fifth Harmony’s second top ten and highest-charting single.
Meghan Trainor has the week’s best debut with “No” (Epic/Sony) which starts at No. 20, while Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman” (Universal) makes its first impression on the chart at No. 24, and Zayn collects his third charting solo single with “Like I Would,” which enters at No. 31.
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Meanwhile, homegrown singer and songwriter Matt Corby bows at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with Telluric (Mercury/Universal), the two-time ARIA Award winner’s long-awaited debut solo album.
Jeff Buckley’s posthumous release You And I (Legacy/Sony), a set of early demos including covers of works by the Smiths and Led Zeppelin, opens at No. 2.
The top five on the albums survey is rounded out by the platinum-certified Molly TV series soundtrack (via Liberation/Universal), which drops 2-3; Adele’s eight-times platinum 25 (XL/Inertia), which is unmoved at No. 4; and Killswitch Engage’s Incarnate (Roadrunner/Warner), which starts at No. 5.