Camp Cope have scored the highest debut on this week's ARIA Albums chart with their critically-acclaimed album, How To Socialise & Make Friends.
The Melbourne trio's sophomore LP has debuted on the list at #6, marking the only new album to place in the top ten.
Ed Sheeran's ÷ (Divide) has made its way back to #1 thanks to his current record-breaking Australian stadium tour, while the UK artist's previous record, X has also climbed back to #5.
After taking out top honours last week, Vance Joy's Nation Of Two has dropped to #3, just behind The Greatest Showman soundtrack at #2.
Other entries on the Albums chart this week includes K-pop artist j-hope's Hope World (#13), Andrew Swift's Call Out For The Cavalry (#64) and Celtic Thunder's Celtic Thunder X (#70).
Over on the Singles chart, Drake has made it six weeks straight at #1 with God's Plan, as the top five remains unchanged from last week.
The only debut this week comes from US rapper XXXTentacion with SAD! (#33).
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