Paramore Blasts to No. 1 on Australia’s Chart With ‘This Is Why’

The first album in 6 years, this is the reason (via Atlantic/Warner), Paramore is powering up to No. 1 in Australia.

this is the reason It becomes Paramore’s third leader on the ARIA charts, with: brand new eyes (2009) and Paramore (2013). Sixth studio album following 2017. after laughterwhich peaked at number three in these parts.

The reunited pop-rock trio of Hayley Williams, Taylor York and Zach Farro can do another great feat this week. this is the reason It is the only new release to impact the ARIA Top 50.


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Harry Styles took the podium in the latest ARIA album charts, released on February 17th. harry’s house (Columbia/Sony), up 3-2 following win nights at BRIT and the Grammys.and Taylor Swift midnight (universal), down 1-3.

On the ARIA Singles Chart, Miley Cyrus spent five consecutive weeks on the charts with “Flowers” (Columbia/Sony), a record that seems to be growing among her fans.

The pop star’s reign could face a challenge from ‘Boy’s A Liar’ (Plg/Warner) by enthusiastic British singer, songwriter and producer Pink Panteles. With a record of 25 wins and 3 losses, a remix was released featuring US rising star Ice Spice.

Also on the rise is Miguel’s 2010 release “Sure Thing” (Sony), rising from 11 to 7 after going viral on TikTok. This well surpassed his first No. 11 peak with 2011’s “Sure Thing” and made him his second Top 10 entry for her US R&B artist (2013’s “Beautiful”). Mariah on her collaboration with Carrie made him No. 6). “Sure Thing” is currently certified 3x Platinum.

Finally, American rapper and singer Coi Leray’s catchy number “Players” (Universal) is gaining popularity. 18-10.

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