Chart Analysis September 17, 2019

Tones And I finds four-leaf clover thanks to ‘Dance Monkey’

Tones And I finds four-leaf clover thanks to ‘Dance Monkey’

has officially cracked the land of Guinness and folk music.

The Aussie busker continues to make her presence felt worldwide, and has just achieved her biggest sales week to date in Ireland.

‘Dance Monkey’ has been #1 for three weeks running, and secured more digital downloads than the rest of the Top 10 combined.

In the land of Guinness, potatoes and folk music

The single is also rising quickly on the UK Top 40, climbing 12 frames to reach a peak of #19 in its sixth charting week.

‘Dance Monkey’ also recently cracked the Top 10 in Germany and Australia.

Back home, the track has racked up a massive seven weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, equalling the record for most weeks at #1 set by Kylie Minogue in 1987.

Tones and I could break Kylie’s record this week.

Her debut EP ‘The Kids Are Coming’ is currently at #5 on the ARIA Albums Chart in its second week.

The singer kicked off her sold-out debut headline tour of Australia this month, and heads to the UK and Europe in November.

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