ARIA Charts: The Teskey Brothers wind their way to the top spot on the Albums Chart

ARIA Charts

Kylie Minogue jumps from #29 to #19 on the Singles Chart

Aussie duo The Teskey Brothers have debuted in the top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart this week with their new LP, The Winding Way, with Queens of the Stone Age not far behind them at #2.

The fifth album from the Melbourne blues rock band, The Winding Way marks a second ARIA #1 for the four-time ARIA Award winners after they went to #1 in 2020 with Live At The Forum. Their most recent studio album, Run Home Slow, peaked at #2 in 2019

On their success, Josh Teskey said: “In the words of Michael Gudinski, “number one son!” We’re feeling so honoured and thankful to all you folks back home for the support, we love yas!”

ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd said: “As always, it’s thrilling to see an Australian act top the chart. A huge congratulations to The Teskey Brothers from all of us at ARIA for a second #1. 

“Between Cub Sport, Peach PRC and The Teskey Brothers, it’s really exciting to see the diversity of albums making it to #1 in Australia, but three Aussie #1s this year simply isn’t enough! Australia: get listening, get playlisting and get sharing your favourite local artists. It’s time to get more of our brilliant home-grown talent on the charts.”

The eighth studio album from American rockers Queens of the Stone Age, In Times New Roman, debuts at #2. The band hit #1 here in 2013 with Like Clockwork and in 2017 with Villains.

The 20th-anniversary edition of Dannii Minogue’s 2003 album Neon Nights debuts at #17. An expanded 33-track version of the original, the album peaked at #25 when it was originally released. Dannii’s highest charting album here so far is her debut, Love And Kisses, which peaked at #24 in 1990.

On the Singles Chart, Dannii’s older sister Kylie continues her chart renaissance, with Padam Padam jumping from #29 to #19. She was last in the top 20 in 2012, when Timebomb topped out at #12.

It’s the third week at #1 for Sprinter by Dave and Central Cee, while Calm Down by Rema and Selena Gomez reaches a high point in its 42nd week on the chart, jumping from #17 to #11.

2023 ARIA Chart Toppers

January 2 Mariah Carey All I Want For Christmas Is You
January 9 Sam Smith & Kim Petras Unholy
January 16 SZA Kill Bill
January 23 Miley Cyrus Flowers
January 30 Miley Cyrus Flowers
February 6 Miley Cyrus Flowers
February 13 Miley Cyrus Flowers
February 20 Miley Cyrus Flowers
February 27 Miley Cyrus Flowers
March 6 Miley Cyrus Flowers
March 13 Miley Cyrus Flowers
March 20 Miley Cyrus Flowers
March 27 Miley Cyrus Flowers
April 3 Miley Cyrus Flowers
April 10 Miley Cyrus Flowers
April 17 Morgan Wallen Last Night
April 24 Morgan Wallen Last Night
May 1 Morgan Wallen Last Night
May 8 Morgan Wallen Last Night
May 15 Morgan Wallen Last Night
May 29 Morgan Wallen Last Night
June 5 Morgan Wallen Last Night
June 12 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
June 19 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
June 26 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter

January 2 Taylor Swift Midnights
January 9 Taylor Swift Midnights
January 16 Taylor Swift Midnights
January 23 Taylor Swift Midnights
January 30 SZA SOS
February 6 Sam Smith Gloria
February 13 Taylor Swift Midnights
February 20 Paramore This Is Why
February 27 P!nk Trustfall
March 6 Harry Styles Harry’s House
March 13 Harry Styles Harry’s House
March 20 Miley Cyrus Endless Summer Vacation
March 27 Morgan Wallen One Day At A Time
April 3 Lana Del Ray Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd
April 10 Melanie Martinez Portals
April 17 Cub Sport Jesus At The Gay Bar
April 24 Metallica 72 Reasons
May 1 Morgan Wallen One Thing At A Time
May 8 Peach PRC Manic Dream Pixie
May 15 Ed Sheeran –
May 29 Lewis Capaldi Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent
June 5 Taylor Swift Midnights
June 12 Foo Fighters But Here We Are 
June 19 Niall Horan The Show
June 26 The Teskey Brothers The Winding Way

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