Five in a row for Ed Sheeran
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Five in a row for Ed Sheeran

February 11, 2017

Moves for Julia Michaels, Little Mix, Alessia Cara and more!

It’s week five in the #1 and #2 spots, respectively, for Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape Of You’ and ‘Castle On The Hill’. Another week for Sheeran at the top comes after he made a brief promo visit to Australia during the week.

In its third week in the chart, Julia Michaels’ ‘Issues’ moves up seven spots to #7, hitting the top ten for the first time.

A jump of 16 spots puts Snakehips & MØ’s ‘Don’t Leave’ to #12 in its fourth week in the top 50.

Little Mix move up a further eight spots to sit at #13 with ‘Touch’.

A week after debuting at #35, Martin Garrix & Dua Lipa’s ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ leaps 20 spots to #15.

After dropping to #24, Alessia Cara’s ‘How Far I’ll Go’ moves back up seven spots to #17. It previously peaked at #15.

There’s also new peaks for Jon Bellion’s ‘All Time Low’ (#28), Migos’ ‘Bad And Boujee’ (#34), Adele’s ‘Water Under The Bridge’ (#38), The Vamps’ ‘All Night’ (#43) and Jax Jones’ ‘You Don’t Know Me’ (#44).

Debuts:

#33: Imagine Dragons ‘Believer’ – Imagine Dragons score their first solo appearance on the ARIA Singles Chart since 2014 with ‘Believer’. The track is the first single from the band’s forthcoming third album. In between charting with ‘I Bet My Life’ (#36 Nov. ’14) and now, the band joined with Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Logic, Ty Dolla Sign and X Ambassadors for ‘Sucker For Pain’ (#7 Sept. ’16)

#35: Sia ‘Never Give Up’ – The second track from Sia to debut in the top 50 this year. ‘Never Give Up’ comes from the soundtrack to Oscar-nominated Australian film Lion. The singer-songwriter charted in January with ‘Move Your Body’ (#34 Jan. ’17).