Swedish DJ Avicii has taken the top spot on the ARIA albums chart with True after touring Australia in January.
Avicii’s album True has jumped five places to top the ARIA album chart this week.
The Swedish DJ finished touring Australia last week after a string of shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
Avicii toppled Bruce Springsteen from No.1 with The Boss’s High Hopes falling to No.3 while Lorde’s Pure Heroine jumped up three places to No.2.
Veteran local rockers Australian Crawl claimed the No.4 spot with their Greatest Hits album while the Frozen soundtrack dropped three places to No.5.
London Grammar climbed back a couple of places to No.6 with If You Wait, and Beyonce’s self-titled album fell four spots to No.7.
The Very Best by INXS also slipped, by a place, to No.8. American metalcore band Of Mice & Men debuted at No.9 with their third album Restoring Force, while returning to the top 10, with AM, are British indie-rock group The Arctic Monkeys, who are set to tour Australia from the first week of May.
On the singles chart, Pharrell Williams remains at No.1 with his hit Happy for a fifth consecutive week.
At No.2, after jumping seven places, is A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera’s Say Something, which has been used by the Seven Network to promote its drama-thriller series Revenge. The hit pushed local Joel Fletcher and Savage’s Swing down a spot to No.3.
London Grammar’s Strong jumped three spots to No.4, while Rudimental featuring Emeli Sande and Nas remain at No.5 with Free.
Melbourne singer-songwriter Vance Joy climbed up a whopping 29 spots to debut at No.6 with Riptide – Triple J’s No.1 Hottest 100 song.
John Legend’s All of Me dropped a place to No.7, while Jason Derulo’s Trumpets and Magic’s Rude each fell five places to No.8 and No.9 respectively.
The Love Club EP by Grammy winner Lorde jumped up 18 places to round out the top 10.