Paul Kelly is gunning for a back-to-back album debut at #1 after his last album Life Is Fine was his first to reach top spot on the charts.

According to the midweek figures Kelly's Nature is predicted to debut inside the top three of the ARIA Albums chart, alongside the debut of Hands Like Houses' Anon.

Early reviews have praised Kelly and his approach borrowing poems from greats like Sylvia Plath, Dylan Thomas and Gerard Manley Hopkins. The Music gave the album four and a half stars out of five and said it was "a bold move in terms of ego, but one that his talent can definitely deliver on". 

Other album debuts this week include Morgan Evans' Things We Drink To (top 10), Quavo's Quavo Hunco (top 15) and Jess Glynne's Always In Between (top 40).

Powderfinger's seminal album Internationalist is expected to move back into the top 10 following its 20th anniversary. Queen's Greatest Hits is also predicted to move back into the top 25 with the forthcoming release of the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.

Over on the Singles chart, Little Mix and Nicki Minaj are expected to debut in the top 20 with Woman Like Me with Kodak Black feat Travis Scott Offset's Zeze and Bad Bunny feat Drake's Mia predicted to debut in the top 25.

Charli XCX and Troye Sivan are also expected to make a splash in the top 50 with 1999.

Yarrabah Band Festival
Jilara Football Oval, Yarrabah
Alex Lahey, Angus & Julia Stone, Paul Kelly, Mojo Juju
Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne
Alex Lahey, D.D Dumbo, Angus & Julia Stone, Angie McMahon, Paul Kelly
The Domain, Sydney
Alex Lahey, Angus & Julia Stone, Paul Kelly, Mojo Juju
Riverstage, Brisbane
Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Tyagarah