Tones & I's record-breaking ARIA chart reign may have ended over the festive period but the Byron Bay-based singer is back on top for another week.
After 21 weeks at #1 on the ARIA Singles chart, Tones & I’s global hit song, Dance Monkey, was dethroned by Mariah Carey's 1994 holiday classic, All I Want For Christmas Is You, but after reclaiming the throne last week, the local act has held onto the top spot for another week.
Despite being released this week and reaching #1 on digital services, Delta Goodrem’s bushfire tribute song Let It Rain is expected to enter the ARIA charts next week.
"I have been sent incredible messages asking if I would release Let It Rain, the song I was inspired to write seeing the devastation from the fires across our country," said Goodrem of the track.
"It is now available and I am donating all of my proceeds of the song to aid with the bushfire relief."
Those debuting on the Singles chart this week include Justin Bieber's Yummy at #8 and Roddy Rich's The Box at #18.
Over on the Albums chart, Harry Styles holds onto #1 with his recent LP Fine Line and Lewis Capaldi's Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent jumps up into #7 on the back of his current Australian tour.
Capaldi recently stopped by The Green Room With Neil Griffiths podcast while touring with Falls Festival, check it out here.