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Sabrina Carpenter Scores Second No. 1 In Australia

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Forget the summer of Sabrina Carpenter. The U.S. pop star is also warming-up Australia’s chart through the southern winter.

Carpenter scores her second leader in less than two months as “Please Please Please” (Island/Universal) lifts 4-1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, for its first stint at the top.

Her first leader, the platinum-certified “Espresso,” holds at No. 2 on the Australian chart, published Friday, June 21, giving Carpenter a rare 1-2. “Espresso” topped the national tally for a week in May.

Closing out the top 3 on the latest ARIA Chart is Shaboozey’s “A Bar Song (Tipsy)” (via Empire), one of three country tunes in the top 10, including Post Malone and Morgan Wallen’s “I Had Some Help” (unchanged at No. 6 via Universal) and Dasha’s “Austin” (up 14-10 via Warner Music).

Over on the ARIA Albums Chart, Billie Eilish logs a fourth week at No. 1 with Hit Me Hard And Soft (Interscope/Universal), ahead of Taylor Swift’s former leader The Tortured Poets Department (Universal), holding at No. 2.

U.S. country star Luke Combs bags the top debut with Fathers & Sons (Columbia/Sony), his fifth studio album. It’s new at No. 3, extending Combs’ streak of top 10s to five – a career tally that includes a No. 1 for his 2019 record What You See Is What You Get. Album track “The Man He Sees in Me” is the top new cut on the ARIA Singles Chart, at No. 38.

Meanwhile, Fred Again bags a second top 10 on the ARIA Albums Chart with USB (Atlantic/Warner), new at No. 4. The English producer and artist made history in Australia earlier this year with a sold-out “pop up” arena tour.

Also, $uicideboy$ debut at No. 6 with New World Depression (Orchard), their fourth studio album. That’s a career best effort for the New Orleans rap duo.

Finally, Nick Cave collaborators Dirty Three bag a first top 50 album with Love Changes Everything (Remote Control/Inertia), new at No. 12, while homegrown indie band Hockey Dad bow at No. 15 with Rebuild Repeat (BMG/ADA), for their third top 20 album.

Lars Brandle
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