Kate Bush is still trending on Australia’s singles charts, and no one can catch her.
The veteran English singer’s mid-80s classic “Running Up That Hill” (via Warner) reigns supreme ARIA Singles Chart For the seventh week, thank you for your appearance in season four strange things,
Further down the charts, Steve Lacey impressed the Top 5 with “Bad Habit” (RCA/Sony), up 9–5 for a new peak in its third week.
Meanwhile, Central C makes its first appearance at the top level as “Doja” (ADA/Warner) bowing out at number 8, for the highest new entry on the current frame.
New to the charts this week is Billie Eilish’s “Guitar Songs” release “TV,” part of a two-pack that dropped on July 21 and also includes “The 30th.” “TV” is new at number 23.
over ARIA Albums Chart For the week of August 1, 2022, ‘Harry Styles’ harry’s house (Columbia/Sony) Another week lock-up at No. 1.
Australian country debut with Amber Lawrence at number 5 on the album poll live for the highlights (ABC/Orchard), their seventh studio album. This is a follow up to 2019 sparkWhich reached number 13.
further down the list of new releases, including titles by Odeza (the last Goodbye No. 22 via Ninja Tune/Inertia), Joey Bada$$ (2000 41 via Columbia/Sony), Jack White (enter living heaven 43rd via Third Man Records/Orchard), and Alex the Astronaut (How to grow sunflowers under water? 47 through Warner).
In the end, a sloppy version of Splendor in the Grass was just the ticket for Tyler, the creator who enjoys sales spikes following his headline performance at the three-day festival.
igor (Columbia/Sony) 50-26 more call me if you get lost (Columbia/Sony) took 86-31.
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Reference from www.billboard.com