Ariana Grande banks her second best-selling single in Australia with “Thank U, Next” (Universal) whereas the A Star Is Born (Interscope/Universal) soundtrack guidelines the nationwide albums survey for a fourth successive week.
Grande’s newest hit, which additionally tops the charts within the U.S. and U.Ok., rises 2-1 on the ARIA Singles Chart and equals the lofty success of “No Tears Left To Cry,” which made it to the highest Down Under in April.
“Thank U, Next” switches locations with Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’sA Star Is Born observe “Shallow,” which dips 1-2 on the ARIA chart, as Halsey's “Without Me” (Capitol/EMI) climbs Four-Three; George Ezra’s former chief “Shotgun” (Columbia/Sony) slips Three-Four and Marshmello & Bastille’s “Happier” (Capitol/EMI) holds at No. 5.
In its fourth week on the survey, Post Malone & Swae Lee’s “Sunflower” blooms 5-6 (Universal) for a brand new peak, and Billie Eilish’s “When The Party’s Over” (Interscope/Universal) returns to its peak place, climbing 11-10.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper proceed to lord it over the nationwide albums chart with A Star Is Born, which outraces a pair of Queen albums, Bohemian Rhapsody (at No. 2 Virgin/Universal) and Greatest Hits (No. Three Universal), each ignited by the theatrical launch of the Bohemian Rhapsody biopic.
There’s a slate of latest releases within the high tier this week as Imagine Dragons fly in at No. Four with Origins (Interscope/Universal), their fourth album; homegrown rock legends Midnight Oil debut at No. 5 with Armistice Day: Live At The Domain, Sydney (Sony), recorded throughout their 2017 reunion tour; Muse begin at No. 7 with their U.Ok. chart-topping eighth studio album Simulation Theory (Warner) and British metalcore act Architects earn a second high 10 entry with Holy Hell (UNFD/Orchard), their eighth album.