Tweens take over.
It seems the power of the tweens is just too strong.
Aussie pop-punkers 5 Seconds Of Summer look to take out the #1 spot on the ARIA Albums Chart this week with their sophomore album Sounds Good Feels Good, in what will be their second consecutive top debuting record after their 2014 self-titled record achieved the same feat.
The only likely contender to take on the Sydney quintet and fight for a top three placing is US singer and The X Factor judge Chris Isaak with his latest offering First Comes The Night, while fellow American artist Carrie Underwood's Storyteller and Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli's Cinema look to finish in the top five.
Meanwhile, iconic UK singer Rod Stewart is aiming for a top ten debut with his 29th studio album Another Country, as are New Zealand band Fat Freddy's Drop with Bays.
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Rounding out the album debuts this week include national acts Nathaniel with Yours and Russell Morris' Red Dirt Red Heart, as well as Canadian indie-rockers Half Moon Run's Sun Leads Me On.
Over on the Singles Chart, UK singer Adele makes her return after a three-year hiatus with Hello, the first single from her long-awaited forthcoming third album, 25.
The Grammy Award-winning artist is set to battle for the week's top debut against pop superstar Justin Bieber who has just dropped Sorry, which is also to appear on his upcoming record, Purpose, due out next month.
Expect to also hear new tracks from One Direction with their latest single, Home and Zhu's Working For It, featuring Skrillex and They.