Latest Hillsong Album Set To Block Rival Debuting Artists On ARIA Charts

21 October 2015 | 2:36 pm | Staff Writer

Have a little bit of faith.

Just like they did in May this year, the Hillsong Church are set to topple a hefty amount of competition in the fight to #1 on this week's ARIA Albums Chart.

The Hillsong Worship group's latest offering Open Heaven/River Wild will battle for the week's top honours against US singer Demi Lovato who is also aiming for a top three finish with her fifth studio record, Confident.

Meanwhile UK songwriter Jamie Lawson is also throwing his hat in the ring with his new self-titled album set to crack the top five, while US acapella group Pentatonix are aiming for a top ten debut. 

Rounding out the album debuts this week include State ChampsAround The World & Back, the new self-titled offering from Brit five-piece Nothing But Thieves, Jamaican singer Omi with Me 4 U and US artist Raury's All We Need.

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Over on the Singles Chart, it looks to be a pop takeover with mega-boy band One Direction set to sky-rocket to the top of the list with Perfect, while Lovato will most likely finish somewhere towards the top with Confident.

South African-born-Perth-raised singer Troye Sivan will also debut his new track Take Me Down, as will RUFUS with Like An Animal.