Queen Bey is topped in Australia, as Renaissance (Columbia/Sony) blasts to No. 1.
Along with her newest ARIA Chart feat, Beyonce earns her seventh High 10 look, and third solo chief after her 2014 self-titled debut effort, and 2016’s Lemonade.
Additionally new to the ARIA Albums Chart this week is Brisbane punk band Dune Rats with Actual Uncommon Whale (BMG/ADA), new at No. 6. It’s the followup to Hurry Up and Wait (from 2020) and The Children Will Know It’s Bullshit (2017), which each debuted at No. 1.
Fellow Brisbanites Beddy Rays additionally affect the High 10, as their self-titled debut lands at No. 8 on the ARIA Chart. Beddy Rays (Ditto Music) is the market’s best-seller on wax this week.
As Beyonce marks her return to the albums chart throne together with her sixth studio album, a number of tracks from it splash onto the nationwide singles survey, together with “Cuff It” (No. 24), “Summer season Renaissance” (No. 33), “I’m That Woman” (No. 38), “Vitality” that includes Beam at (No. 42), “Cozy” at No. 46 and “Church Woman” (No. 50), whereas “Break My Soul” lifts 20-6.
On the high of Australia’s singles survey is Kate Bush’s “Working Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” (by way of Warner), which continues its miracle comeback, powered by Stranger Issues.
Bush’s 1985 basic has now led the ARIA Singles Chart for eight weeks, all since season 4 of Stranger Issues dropped on Netflix earlier this yr.