Miley Cyrus is now head of the Cyrus clan.
The U.S. pop star’s “Flowers” (through Columbia/Sony) logs an eighth consecutive week at No. 1 on Australia’s chart, beating the outdated Cyrus mark set by Billy Ray again in 1992 with “Achy Breaky Heart,” which dominated the ARIA survey for seven weeks.
Don’t anticipate “Flowers” to wither anytime quickly; Cyrus’ eighth studio album, Infinite Summer season Trip, which options the two-times platinum single, dropped Friday (March 10).
In the meantime, PinkPantheress’ “Boy’s A Liar” (Parlophone/Warner) is “very close behind” at No. 2, ARIA reviews, with the Weeknd’s “Die For You” (Common), which contains a recent help from Ariana Grande, finishing an unchanged podium.
Over on the ARIA Albums Chart, Harry Types nabs a tenth non-consecutive week at No. 1 with Harry’s Home (Columbia/Sony), his third solo album. The previous One Path star not too long ago wrapped a lap of stadiums in these elements, for the home leg of his Love On Tour, produced by Reside Nation.
The afterglow of these seven trans-Tasman dates will be seen up and down the charts. His sophomore longplay Advantageous Line dips 5-6, and his debut self-titled holds at No. 12 on the albums survey, whereas “As It Was,” IFPI’s high international single for 2022, holds at No. 5 on the singles tally; it’s one of many English singer’s 14 tracks at the moment impacting the highest 100.
Harry’s Home holds-off two debut releases on the most recent ARIA Chart. Coming in at No. 2 on the most recent survey, printed March 10, is One Day At A Time (Mercury/Common), the third studio effort by U.S. nation star Morgan Wallen.
The sprawling, 36-track album is the followup to 2021’s The Double Album, which has spent greater than two years on the ARIA Chart and is at the moment at No. 31.
The third spot belongs to Ruel, along with his first full-length album 4th Wall (RCA/Sony). The 20-year-old Sydney singer received the ARIA Award for breakthrough artist (now the Michael Gudinski breakthrough artist award) in 2018, and bagged a No. 3 on the nationwide survey along with his 2019 EP, Free Time.
Lastly, Korean boy band NCT 127 enjoys a high 20 debut with Ay-Yo – The 4th Album Repackage (Virgin Music Australia/Common), at No. 13; Mornington Peninsula-based four-piece indie act Teenage Dads begin at No. 28 with the Midnight Driving EP (through MGM); and Melbourne singer-songwriter Jen Cloher bows at No. 30 with I Am The River, The River Is Me (Inertia), her fifth studio album.