This Week In Pop – 4 July 2023

Our eclectic team of writers from around Australia – and a couple beyond – with decades of combined experience and interest in all fields.

Welcome to This Week In Pop.

This week, Kerser’s 'A Gift & A Kers' makes a #1 debut on the ARIA Albums Chart this week, marking a second straight week of #1 albums by Australians, the first time this has occurred in 2023.

'A Gift & A Kers' is the tenth studio album from the Aussie rapper and his eighth top 10 album.

Rounding out the local debut successes is Trophy Eyes with 'Suicide And Sunshine', breaking the top 10 with a #8 debut. 'Suicide And Sunshine' is the fourth studio album and third top 10 from the Aussie punk band after 'Chemical Miracle' got to #8 in 2016 and 'The American Dream' also peaked at #8 in 2018.

From abroad, 'The Good Witch' by English singer-songwriter Maisie Peters debuts at #4, her second studio album and first to chart in Australia.

Top 10 Albums

1. 'A Gift & A Kers' – Kerser
2. 'Midnights' – Taylor Swift
3. 'Lover' – Taylor Swift
4. 'The Good Witch' – Maisie Peters
5. '1989' – Taylor Swift
6. 'Reputation' – Taylor Swift
7. 'Metro Boomin Presents Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse Soundtrack' – Metro Boomin
8. 'Suicide And Sunshine' – Trophy Eyes
9. 'One Thing At A Time' – Morgan Wallen
10. 'Folklore' – Taylor Swift

Top 10 Singles

1. 'Sprinter' – Dave, Central Cee
2. 'Last Night' – Morgan Wallen
3. 'Cruel Summer' – Taylor Swift
4. 'Fast Car' – Luke Combs
5. 'Flowers' – Miley Cyrus
6. 'Daylight' – David Kushner
7. 'Anti-Hero' – Taylor Swift
8. 'Karma' – Taylor Swift
9. 'The Beginning: Cupid' – Fifty Fifty
10. 'Kill Bill' – SZA

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