The Weeknd has held at #1 for a second week with Blinding Lights. Holding on at top spot has kept Dance Monkey from returning to #1 as Tones and I spends another week at #2.
The only song that is new to the top 10 this week is Rushing Back from Flume featuring Vera Blue which ranked #2 on the triple j Hottest 100. After 18 weeks on the chart it has hit a new peak at #8, lifting from #24 last week.
The chart’s biggest mover this week though were tracks from the Billy Eilish album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Her former #1 Bad Guy has rocketed back into the top 10 at #3 from #21 after 44 weeks in the chart. The song also topped the triple j Hottest 100 last week. Also feeling the love from the Eilish fans after her Grammy wins was Everything I Wanted with the tune that originally peaked at #2 climbed from #20 to #11 after 11 weeks on the chart.
The only new top 50 entry is from Mallrat with Charlie in at #50 for the Brisbane musician, singer and rapper. The release came in at #3 on the Hottest 100.
Billie Eilish has returned to #1 as fans rediscover her album When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? after her Grammy victories a week ago and her #1 ranking on triple j’s Hottest 100. The album has been in the ARIA chart for 44 weeks and didn’t have to climb far this week, moving to #1 from #5.
Don’t Smile At Me, the 2017 EP from Eilish, has re-entered the top 20 at #25 after a previous peak at #6. The EP has been on the charts for a total of 72 weeks so far.
The only new top 10 entry, and the only new top 50 debut this week, belongs to Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe – Hotspot from Pet Shop Boys spends its first week on the charts at #8.
Albums this week that got a Hottest 100 bump included About Us from G Flip (ARIA chart #39 to #23) which was in the Hottest 100 top 10, as was Better in Blak from Thelma Plum (ARIA chart #74 to #31).