Billie Eilish returns for fifth week at #1
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Billie Eilish returns for fifth week at #1

June 15, 2019

Debuts for Jonas Brothers, Avicii, Meg Mac and more!

American singer-songwriter Billie EIlish returns to take out a fifth week at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
The Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper-fronted soundtrack to A Star Is Born jumps up ten spots to #11.
As he makes his Singles Chart debut with ‘Beer Never Broke My Heart’, Luke Combs moves up to #22 with debut album, This One’s For You.
#3: Jonas Brothers ‘Happiness Begins’ – Returning with their first album in a decade, American trio the Jonas Brothers take out their highest ever peak on the ARIA Albums Chart. Happiness Begins is the fifth studio album from the group and includes the #1 single ‘Sucker’ (#1 Mar. ’19). The Jonas Brothers’ previous peak was with Lines, Vines And Trying Times (#5 Jun. ’09).
#6: Avicii ‘TIM’ – The late Avicii makes his first posthumous appearance on the chart with TIM. The album features music the Swedish DJ/producer was working on prior to his passing in April 2018 with contributions from Aloe Blacc, Imagine Dragons, Coldplay’s Chris Martin and more. Two tracks from TIM have charted: ‘SOS’ (#7 May ’19) and the new single ‘Heaven’ (#20 Jun. ’19). Avicii hit #1 with debut album, True (#1 Feb. ’14).
#9: Meg Mac ‘Hope’ – Singer-songwriter Meg Mac returns with Hope. The mini-album comes two years on from the Sydney artist’s debut album, Low Blows (#2 Jul. ’17).
#12: Tyga ‘Legendary’ – Tyga scores his first solo Albums Chart entry with Legendary.  It’s seventh studio album from the American rapper and comes just over a year on from his previous release, Kyoto. Featuring on the album, the track ‘Haute’ has debuted at #50 on the Singles Chart this week. Tyga first hit the albums Chart when he collaborated with Chris Brown on Fan Of A Fan: The Album (#3 Mar. ’15).
#20: Polish Club ‘Iguana’ – Sydney’s Polish Club return with Iguana. The duo’s second album is the follow-up to debut Alright Already (#19 Apr. ’17), which received an ARIA Award nomination for Best Rock Album.
#31: Psychedelic Porn Crumpets ‘And Now For The Whatchamacallit’ – Perth’s Psychedelic Porn Crumpets make their ARIA Top 50 debut with And Now For The Whatchamacallit. Prior to the release of the quartet’s third studio album, they’d released High Visceral {Part One} (2016) and High Visceral {Part Two} (2017).
#32: Motionless In White ‘Disguise’ – American metal band Motionless In White take out a third Top 50 entry with Disguise. It’s their fifth studio album, coming two years on from Graveyard Shift (#35 May ’17). To date, their highest peak has been with Reincarnate (#19 Sept. ’14).
#50: Bob Dylan ‘The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings’ – The legendary Bob Dylan hits the Albums Chart with the live set The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings. The multi-disc collection brings together recordings from throughout his infamous 1975 tour of North America. Its release is tied-in with the release of the new Martin Scorsese-directed documentary about the tour, released this week on Netflix.