Spacey Jane’s Sophomore Album Debuts Atop ARIA Albums Chart
The Perth indie rockers beat US country star Luke Combs to the top spot, with their sophomore album also taking the number one position on both the Vinyl Albums Chart and the Australian Artists Albums Chart. Here Comes Everybody follows in the success of the four-piece’s debut album, Sunlight, which made it to number two last year.
“Caleb, Peppa, Kieran and Ashton from Spacey Jane deserve a serious round of applause for their fantastic work on Here Comes Everybody and a huge congratulations for their #1 debut,” ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd said. “Another week with an Australian act at the top of the Albums Chart and another reason to celebrate the bright future of our home grown music industry.”
Second placed Combs will be happy with the performance of his album Growin’ Up, which is his third debut in the top 10 of the Albums Chart. The rest of the top five consists of Harry Styles (Harry’s House), Drake (HONESTLY, NEVERMIND), and Australian hardcore outfit SPEED (Gang Called Speed), making their first ARIA Charts appearance.
On the Singles Chart, the evergreen Kate Bush returns to number one with ‘Running Up That Hill (Deal with God)’, moving last week’s number one, Joji’s ‘Glimpse of Us’, to number two. This is the third week Bush has been at number since Stranger Things brought renewed interest in her music.
Top 5 Albums
- Spacey Jane – Here Comes Everybody (Debut)
- Luke Combs – Growin’ Up (Debut)
- Harry Styles – Harry’s House
- Drake – HONESTLY, NEVERMIND
- SPEED – Gang Called Speed (Debut)
Top 5 Singles
- Kate Bush – ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)’
- Joji – ‘Glimpse of Us’
- Harry Styles – ‘As it Was’
- Lizzo – ‘About Damn Time’
- Doja Cat – ‘Vegas’