Lewis Capaldi’s Song ‘Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent’ Tops Australian Charts

Lewis Capaldi

Lewis Capaldi’s song “Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent” has soared to the top spot on the Australian charts, marking his first-ever No. 1 in the country. This achievement is a significant milestone for the Scottish singer and songwriter. His second album has surpassed the success of his debut album, which reached No. 7 on the charts. The popularity of his latest release shows the growing fan base and appeal of his music.

Meanwhile, John Farnham’s album titled “Finding The Voice,” which serves as the soundtrack to the accompanying documentary, secured the No. 2 position on the ARIA Chart. This achievement adds to Farnham’s impressive track record, as it becomes his 20th album to reach the top 10 in Australia. The documentary itself has received positive reception and is the highest-selling Australian music documentary in recent times.

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Sleep Token, a British rock band, has made a notable entry on the ARIA Chart with their third album titled “Take Me Back To Eden,” debuting at No. 3. This marks their first appearance on the chart and reflects the growing interest in their unique rock sound. Their inclusion in the top three demonstrates their rising popularity among music enthusiasts.

Ed Sheeran’s latest album, “Subtract,” experienced a slight dip in position, moving from No. 1 to No. 4 on the chart. Despite the decline, Sheeran’s music continues to maintain a strong presence on the charts, showcasing his ability to consistently captivate audiences with his heartfelt lyrics and melodic compositions.

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In addition to these notable entries, Australian indie band The Vanns secured their first appearance in the top 10 with their album “Last Of Your Kind” debuting at No. 8. This accomplishment highlights their talent and growing recognition within the Australian music scene.

Furthermore, Adelaide alternative rock band Bad//Dreems entered the top 10 with their album “Hoo Ha!” landing at No. 10. This achievement is a testament to their unique sound and dedicated fan base.

On the ARIA Singles Chart, Morgan Wallen’s song “Last Night” maintains its No. 1 position for the seventh consecutive week. This achievement speaks to the enduring popularity of Wallen’s music and its resonance with listeners.

Additionally, Lana Del Rey’s previously unreleased recording from 2012, titled “Say Yes To Heaven,” debuts at No. 20 on the chart. This release allows fans to discover a hidden gem from Del Rey’s discography, showcasing her versatility as an artist.

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Notably, Kylie Minogue, the Australian pop princess, achieves her 49th top 50 single with “Padam Padam” entering at No. 39. This milestone reinforces Minogue’s status as an enduring and influential figure in the music industry.

Overall, the Australian music charts reflect a diverse range of artists and genres, showcasing both emerging talent and established names. These rankings provide a glimpse into the evolving musical landscape and the continued passion of music enthusiasts in Australia.