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ARIA Singles: Lost Frequencies Is Number One For Second Week

by Gavin Ryan on August 1, 2015

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Belgian DJ Felix De Laet who goes by the stage name of Lost Frequencies holds for a second week at No.1 on the ARIA Singles chart with his track “Are You with Me”, keeping The Weeknd at bay for a third straight week with “Can’t Feel My Face”.

Climbing one place to a new peak of No.3 are Galantis with “Peanut Butter Jelly”, the track also picking up a Gold (●) in sales this week and now becoming the duos highest charting single here, as “Runaway (U & I)” (TW-50) made it to No.4 back in late April. Swapping places with them is another pair in the form of Meghan Trainor and John Legend with their former No.1 single “Like I’m Gonna Lose You” down to No.4 and leaping five places to a new peak of No.5 is Pia Mia with Chris Brown and Tyga on her track “Do it Again”, and Chris hasn’t been this high in the charts since his June 2012 single “Don’t Wake Me” debuted at No.5 before climbing to No.2 a month later.

“Headlights” for Robin Schulz is down one spot to No.6 and climbing a single place to a new peak of No.7 is one of last weeks Top 10 debuts, “How Deep is Your Love” for Calvin Harris and Disciples. The only debut within the ten this week comes in at No.8, current Voice Season 4 judge Delta Goodrem debuts with “Wings” becoming her 16th Top 10 single in Australia and her first since “Heart Hypnotic” debuted and peaked at No.7 in late June of 2013, whilst its her second chart entry for this year as she made it to No.46 back in late March with “Only Human”. Fifth Harmony break away from two weeks at No.11 with “Worth it”, which climbs two spots to No.9 this week becoming the girl troupes first Top 10 single in Australia and also back up two places to No.10 is former No.9 single “Watch Me (Whip / Nae Nae)” for Silento which also grabs a Gold (●) sales certification in the process.

UP: Selena Gomez and A$AP Rocky jump up five places to a new peak of No.12 with “Good for You” which continues to be Selena’s highest charting single here, whilst back up one spot to No.14 is Travie McCoy and Sia with “Golden” (now Gold (●) and Adam Lambert is up four places to a new peak of No.16 with “Ghost Town”. Aston Merrygold jumps up six to a new chart height of No.22 with “Get Stupid” and Tinie Tempah and Jess Glynne climb three to a new peak of No.24 with “Not Letting Go”. Fetty Wap has only slightly climbed the chart over the past few weeks, having entered the Top 50 last week with “Trap Queen”, but this week the song leaps twenty-four places to land at No.25 whilst former No.1 “Lean on” for Major Lazer is back up a couple of places to No.27 and now 3x ▲ Platinum in sales. “Shine” for Years & Years is up three to a new peak of No.28 and jumping back up twenty-three places to land at No.33 is “Cheyenne” (HP-26) for Jason DeRulo. After tumbling down to No.43 last week, Peking Duk’s ‘Splendor in the Grass’ shows help their new song “Say My Name” back up to No.39 this week and up six to a new peak of No.41 is Pharrell Williams’ “Freedom”.

DOWN: After a massive three+ months within the Top 10, “Shut Up + Dance” (HP-3×2, WI10-14) for Walk the Moon dips down two to No.11 this week and as it’s being used in the returning season of ‘House Husbands’ promotions at the moment, it won’t be dropping hard anytime soon. Rachel Platten tumbles ten places to No.17 with “Fight Song” (HP-2, WI10-7, newly 2x▲Platinum) and after debuting at No.6 last week, 5 Seconds of Summer plummet thirty-four spots to No.40 with “She’s Kinda Hot” (HP-6, WI10-1), making this the third of four Top 10 singles that have only stayed within the ten for a single week. Current UK No.1 for a third week “Black Magic” for Little Mix drops down four to No.18 and dropping seven to No.30 is Jessie J’s “Flashlight”. Grace is down eleven spots to No.35 with “You Don’t Own Me” and due to his appearances around the country and at the ‘Splendor’ music festival; Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars are down only one spot to No.36 with “Uptown Funk”. “Hey Mama” for Guetta & Minaj is down seven to No.45 and “Pony” for Ginuwine drops back nine to No.46, whilst the first Hozier entry “Take Me to Church” is down eight to No.49 and is now 5x▲Platinum in sales. Falling hard out of last weeks fifty are Rita Ora with “Poison” (40 to 55) and “Shake That” for Samantha Jade & Pitbull (32 to 59).

The first new material NOT from Vance Joy’s current album “Dream Your Life Away” (TW-40) debuts at No.21 this week entitled “Fire and the Flood”, and it becomes his fifth Top 50 entry and now third highest charted, as “Riptide” (TW-94) peaked at No.6 and the recent “Georgia” went to No15 in April. The third and final Top 50 debut this week comes in at No.43, “Show Me Love” for Sam Feldt and Kimberly Anne, which is a cover of the Robin S. song first released in 1990 and it first charted here in February 1994 when remixed by Swedish house duo StoneBridge, making it to No.78 at that time. Then in 2008 the song was remixed again by a Swedish DJ, this time Steve Angello (from Swedish House Mafia) and Dutch DJ Laidback Luke whilst Robin S. provided newly recorded vocals for the updated version which went to No.73 this time in June 2009. So with Sam debuting in the Top 50, it becomes the highest placing for this long-charting dance track.

Lower 50: Jarryd James climbs back up six places to No.52 with his former No.2 single “Do You Remember” and back up six to No.70 are recent ‘Splendor’ artists Safia with their current single “Embracing Me” (HP-69). Nick Jonas is back into the hundred at No.75 with “Jealous” and leaping up nineteen spots to No.80 is Demi Lovato with “Cool for the Summer” (HP-56). Also returning to the charts this week is “Ship to Wreck” for another ‘Splendor’ act Florence + the Machine at No.93, ARIA’s longest running Top 100 single “Riptide” by Vance Joy (which got asked as question on ‘Million Dollar Minute’ on Friday night) is back in at No.94 for its 112th week within the hundred and “All of Me” by John Legend is back in at No.97 for its 80th week on the charts.

Three weeks ago Bring Me the Horizon debuted with “Happy Song” (TW-73, HP-68) and now a second song from their forthcoming fifth studio album enters the chart, coming in at No.58 is “Throne” which becomes the UK metal acts third overall chart entry. Also landing her third chart entry is local singer and former winner of the first season of ‘Australia’s Got Talent’ (in 2007 at the age of 12) Bonnie Anderson, who debuts at No.63 with “Unbroken”, with her last entry being her highest charting, “Blackout” (HP-24, June 2014).

British DJ David Zowie Canada Batt goes by the name David Zowie (he was named after David Bowie) and his recent UK No.1 single “House Every Weekend” debuts here at No.64, whilst a few places lower at No.66 is the second entry for Kygo who this time teams up with Parson James for the song “Stole the Show”, which was used in the promos this past week for the start of The Voice live shows on Sunday. The final entry at No.99 is Fetty Wap and Monty with “My Way”, which becomes his third entry in the Top 100 this week, as last week Fetty entered at No.63 with “679” (TW-86) and is within the Top 30 with “Trap Queen”, with this new track “My Way” having jumped from #87 to #7 in the USA this past week.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.

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