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5 Seconds Of Summer, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

5 Seconds Of Summer, Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Australian Charts: 5 Seconds Of Summer Stay No 1

by Gavin Ryan on June 3, 2018

in News,Noise Pro

5 Seconds of Summer hold for a second week with “Youngblood” atop the ARIA Singles Chart, with the song newly certified ▲Platinum in sales.

The four-piece performed on The Voice Australia last Sunday night, also announcing their upcoming national tour beginning in mid-August, while the bands third album is due out in two weeks time (15th of June) also titled ‘Youngblood’, and as the albums title tracks holds for a second week it now becomes the bands longest running No.1 locally, beating the one week that “She Looks So Perfect” achieved back in late March of 2014. Plus this is also the first time since mid-April that a song has held for two weeks at the top (even though the Drake track ‘Nice for What’ logged two weeks at No.1, it was a broken run), since “God’s Plan” for Drake logged eleven weeks at the summit here, while “Youngblood” sits atop both the streaming and digital chart this week too.

5SOS are No.2 in New Zealand (and #9 in Norway), but the new N.Z. #1 is our current No.2 song for Post Malone and “Better Now”, holding for a fourth week in second place, while the seven week running UK and Irish No.1 song for Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa with “One Kiss” is up a spot to a new peak of No.3 here. Ariana Grande is back up two spots to No.4 with her former No.1 “No Tears to Cry”, the returning U.S. No.1 song “Nice for What” by Drake is stable here at No.5 and dropping three places to No.6 is the Canadian No.1 track “This is America” (3rd wk) for Childish Gambino.

“Love Lies” for Khalid and Normani along with “I Said Hi” by Amy Shark are also stable tracks this week at No.7 and No.8 respectively, while rising three places to a new peak of No.9 is the Selena Gomez track “Back to You” from the Season 2 TV soundtrack of ’13 Reasons Why’, becoming her fifth Top 10 song in Australia (3 as lead, 2 as guest singer), and thanks to his third self-titled album taking out the top spot here the Shawn Mendes track “In My Blood” is back up seven places to land at No.10, having initially debuted and peaked at No.9 ten weeks ago this is the songs second week within the Top 10.

UP:
* The second ’13 Reason Why’ soundtrack entry “Lovely” for Billie Eilish with Khalid is up eight places to a new peak of No.13.
* The Cardi B track “I Like it” with J. Balvin and Bad Bunny is on hold at No.18 and newly Gold (●) in sales.
* Further climbing Shawn Mendes tracks are “Youth” (34 to new peak of No.19), last weeks debut “Where Were You in the Morning?” (99 to new peak of No.67), “Lost in Japan” (HP-27) returns at No.70 and his older track “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back” (88 to 84).
* Dennis Lloyd climbs six places to a new peak of No.23 with “Nevermind”.
* King Princess is up one spot to a new chart height of No.25 with “1950”.
* Another song on hold at its peak and scoring a Gold (●) sales certification is “OTW” for Khalid x Ty Dolla $ign x 6lack at No.27.
* Hayden James scores his first Top 30 hit in Australia as “Just Friends” with Boy Matthews is up four spots to a new peak of No.29.
* In it’s 32nd week within the Top 100 the Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line track “Meant to Be” is back up one spot to No.30 and newly certified 4x▲Platinum.
* Last weeks debut for Clean Bandit with Demi Lovato and “Solo” rises only three this week to No.36.
* Ed Sheeran’s has three Top 40 entries this week, with “Perfect” down one to No.24 and “Shape of You” on hold at No.40, while his newest single “Happier” (HP-16) is up three spots to No.39.
* The Chainsmokers latest track logs its third week within the Top 50 as “Somebody” is up three to No.43.
* Peking Duk are up four places to a new peak of No.51 with their latest dance track “Reprisal”.
* Jess Glynne jumps ten spots to a new chart height of No.54 with “I’ll Be There”.
* Vance Joy leaps fifteen places to No.56 with his latest song “Saturday Sun”.
* Lil’ Baby with Drake and their entry from last week “Yes Indeed” rises five spots to a new peak of No.63.
* Nicki Minaj is back up five places to No.79 with “Chun-Li” (HP-54).
* Calum Scott is back up seven places to No.91 with “You Are the Reason”.
* James Arthur is appearing on The Voice on Sunday night, and for now his longest running charted song “Say You Won’t Let Go” is back up one spots to No.95 in its 82nd week within the Top 100.

DOWN:
* Last weeks Anne-Marie climbed to No.10 with her latest track “2002” (HP-10, WI10-1), which this week is down one place to No.11, while leaving the ten for the first time is “Psycho” (HP-1×1, WI10-13) by Post Malone with Ty Dolla $ign, which is down three to No.12.
* The Sia and David Guetta track “Flames” is down three places to No.22 and now Gold (●) in sales.
* The Lil’ Dicky and Chris Brown teaming “Freaky Friday” drops ten places to No.26.
* The Rudimental track “These Days” with Jess Glynne and Macklemore falls seven places to No.32.
* The two older Dua Lipa entries are both down for “IDGAF” (28 to 33) and “New Rules” (62 to 65).
* Further falling Post Malone tracks are “I Fall Apart” (32 to 35), “Paranoid” (37 to 44), “Ball for Me” (41 to 47), “Candy Paint” (49 to 58) and “Stay” (65 to 97), while “Spoil My Night” drops out from No.72 and “Rich & Sad” leaves from No.77.
* Kyle with Kehlani’s “PlayinWitMe” peaked at No.38 last week and is down four to No.42 this week.
* Down one place to No.48 is “This is Me” for Keala Settle with The Greatest Showman ensemble, the track newly 2x▲Platinum in sales, while the soundtracks other entry “Rewrite the Stars” by Zac Efron and Zendaya falls nine places to No.92.
* Justin Timberlake and Chris Stapleton fall six places to No.49 with “Say Something”.
* BTS debuted at No.36 last week with “Fake Love”, which is down seventeen places to No.53.
* Zayn drops eight to No.55 with “Let Me”, while last weeks entry for Liam Payne and “Familiar” leaves after a single week from No.95.
* Bazzi drops back down nine places to No.61 with “Mine”.
* With the Imagine Dragons tour over now they drop back down with “Thunder” (63 to 69) and “Believer” (75 to 83).
* Bad Wolves fall fifteen places to No.71 with their cover of “Zombie”, which is now Gold (●) in sales.
* Taylor Swift drops down twenty places to No.73 with “Delicate”.
* Rich the Kid tumbles fifteen spots to No.77 with “Plug Walk” (HP-45).
* Bruno Mars and Cardi B score a 2x▲Platinum sales cert for “Finesse”, which is down six to No.80.
* The female ensemble of Rita Ora, Cardi B., Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX sees their track “Girls” tumble down nineteen places to land at No.85.
* Sam Smith drops twelve places to No.89 with his former No.1 “Too Good at Goodbyes”.
* Migos and Drake drop seventeen places to No.96 with “Walk it, Talk it”.
* Last week Backstreet Boys returned to the chart for the first time this decade with “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” at No.50, which this week plummets forty-eight spots to land at No.98.
* Angus & Julia Stone see their “Chateau” slide down the chart thirteen rungs to land at #100.

NEW ENTRIES:
* #34 – Praise the Lord (Da Shine) by A$AP Rocky feat Skepta is the second entry from the new Top 10 album for A$AP Rocky and “Testing” (TW-5), following on from “A$AP Forever” (HP-72) and this becomes his fifth Top 50 entry (2 as lead, 3 as guest rapper) and his tenth Top 100 appearance.

* #37 – Lucid Dreams by Juice WRLD, who was born Jarod Higgins, is the US rapper’s first entry here and it samples the Sting track “Shape of My Heart” (1993), the song reaching the Top 40 in America and the Top 30 in New Zealand, the track is taken from his recently released debut album “Goodbye & Good Riddance” (May 23rd).

* #41 – No Place by RÜFÜS DU SOL is the Australian dance acts first new material in almost two years, with this being the lead release from a forthcoming third album (no date or title known as yet), plus they have now changed their name to their American stage name, and this becomes the bands ninth Top 100 entry also.

* #57 – Nervous by Shawn Mendes
* #78 – Like to Be You by Shawn Mendes feat Julia Michaels
* #94 – Fallin’ All in You by Shawn Mendes are all taken from the self-titled third album for the Canadian singer, that new set taking out the top spot in Australia this week, and Shawn has eight songs within the Top 100 this week.

* #59 – I’m Upset by Drake is the new track taken from the forthcoming fifth studio album for the Canadian rapper, entitled “Scorpion” (due later in June atm), and this is one of six Drake appearances this week within the hundred.

* #82 – Rise by Jonas Blue feat. Jack & Jack is the UK DJ’s fifth entry in Australia (all previous four climbed into the Top 40 or higher) and this new track features the US duo of Jack (Gilinksy) and Jack (Johnson {not the guitarist and singer from Hawaii}).

* #86 – High Hopes by Panic! at the Disco is the second entry from the June 22nd sixth album for the Las Vegas rock band entitled ‘Pray for the Wicked’ and follows on from the albums first entry here “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” (HP-90), and overall this is their tenth Top 100 entry in Australia.

* #87 – Welcome to the Party (from ‘Deadpool 2′) by Diplo, French Montana & Lil’ Pump feat Zhavia Ward is the second entry from the soundtrack for the new Ryan Reynolds character ‘Deadpool 2’, and follows on from last weeks entry by Celine Dion and “Ashes” (out from No.94 this week).

* #93 – Better Not by Louis the Child feat Wafia are the Chicago based production duo of Robert Hauldren and Frederick Kennett who formed in 2013 and have had eight entries in the US charts so far, with this track being their highest charted (HP-18).

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Gavin Ryan reports with thanks to Australian-Charts.com

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