Lukas Graham’s glorious run with the summit of Australia’s charts originates to an abrupt end as a result of recordings from Gnash and Deftones.
Gnash Feat. Olivia O’Brien’s “I Hate U, I Love U” (Atlantic/Warner) rises 5-1 within it fourth week to nail about the top position within the ARIA Singles Chart, knocking off Lukas Graham’s double-platinum “7 Years” (Warner) from a record breaking seven weeks (not one other Danish act has held the superior spot for if). It’s the initial No. 1 Down Under for either Gnash or O’Brien.
Alan Walker’s “Faded” (Sony) holds at No. 2 while The Chainsmokers land its equal highest peak with “Don’t Let Me Down” (Columbia/Sony) Feat. Daya, that’s up 7-3 (#SELFIE reached No. 3 in April 2014). The top five is fully gone by Fifth Harmony Feat. Ty Dolla $ign’s “Work From Home” (Syco/Sony) and Lukas Graham’s “7 Years,” respectively.
The big climbers within this week’s chart include Drake Feat. Wizkid & Kyla’s “One Dance” (Interscope/Universal), up 43-15; Tinie Tempah Feat. Zara Larsson’s “Girls Like” (Parlophone/Warner), up 28-17; and Dua Lipa’s “Be The One” (Warner), up 41-28.
Meanwhile, Deftones’ eighth album Gore (Warner) opens at No. 1 within the ARIA Albums Chart, ending Lukas Graham’s chart-topping stretch only one week. It’s Deftones’ first No. 1 for the ARIA Albums Chart, eclipsing their previous best of No. 2 with 2000’s White Pony.
The next best within this week’s survey is The Lumineers’ Cleopatra (Dualtone/Universal), which starts at No. 2, a bow which beats the folk-rock outfit’s No. 7 peak for self-titled debut from April 2013. The top five is rounded out by Adele’s juggernaut 25 (XL/Inertia), down 2-3, Disturbed’s Immortalized (Reprise/Warner), up 6-4 as well as the Molly TV soundtrack (Liberation/Universal), down 4-5. There’s top 20 debuts about this week’s list for Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals’ Call It What It Is (No. 11 via Stax/Universal) and M83’s Junk (No. 12 via POD/Inertia).