Sam Smith’s ‘Gloria’ Roars to No. 1 In Australia

Sam Smith is on top Down Under. Gloria (via Capitol/Universal) #1 on the ARIA chart.

Gloria It is Smith’s fourth consecutive Australian Top 10 album and second No. 1. in lonely times Reach the top in 2014.

The latest LP is influenced by Smith’s recent visit to Australia. During this brief summer break, Smith played for competition winners and his VIPs at the Darrenburg Vineyards in McLaren’s Vale outside Adelaide.

This isn’t the first time Smith has topped the leaderboard in Australia this year. hit song “Unholy” featuring Kim Petras Gloria, Last month, it returned to No. 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for 6 consecutive weeks.


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Smith will return to Australia in October and November 2023 for a series of arena dates produced by Frontier Touring.

Gloria is one of three newcomers to the latest ARIA Top 40, published on February 3rd.

Further down the list is Bob Dylan’s Fragments—Time Out of Mind Session (1996-1997) The Bootleg Series, Vol. 17 (via Columbia/Legacy) No. 26. This legendary Songsmith’s album isn’t an entirely new entry, but the latest in a series revisiting her Grammy-winning 1997 album. time out of mind, Includes remixes of the original set, bonus outtakes, alternate versions and live cuts.

Meanwhile, Lil Yachty is ranked #37 on the ARIA charts. start here (Capitol/Universal) is the Atlanta rapper’s fifth album and a sonic pivot to psychedelic space rock.

On the ARIA Singles Chart, Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” (Columbia/Sony) continued to bloom and topped the chart for three consecutive weeks.

Australian-born singer and songwriter The Kid Laroy is back on the national charts. This time, “Love Again” (Columbia/Sony) ranked 14th. first timedue to be released later this year.

After becoming popular on TikTok, Coi Leray’s ‘Players’ (Universal) has completed the crossover by entering the top 40 charts in Australia. Grandmaster Flash her sampling her single, a modern take on her seminal 1982 hit “Message”, which charted at number 31.

Finally, a number of tracks are enjoying a climb on the national charts following triple j’s Hottest 100 countdown last Saturday (January 28th). Voting winner Flume and her MAY-A “Say Nothing” (Future Classic) returned her to No. 4, easily surpassing her No. 16 peak in February 2022. Enjoy the post-hot 100 bump.

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