ARIA just crowned its 14th Aussie #1 album for the year

Buckle up, boys, girls, them and them … ARIA has just made number one for album of the year.

Up-and-coming stars and old believers are packing a star-studded list, but after a tough year Down Under, the Aussies have left with the news that the Sydney Electronica trio RÜFÜS DU SOL have caught their third # 1 album in the ARIA charts , one step ahead. First place debut with Surrender.

The group's fourth studio album comes three years later from Solace, which includes the single "Alive," which was nominated for Best Dance Release and Best Group at the 2021 ARIA Awards in partnership with YouTube Music.

The track "On My Knees" also debuted this week at number 43 on the singles chart, with Surrender becoming the 14th Australian # 1 album on the ARIA charts in 2021.

ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd said: "Congratulations to the great Rüfüs Du Sol on his third ARIA # 1"

“It's great to see Rüfüs Du Sol just achieving such incredible global success and playing in front of massive US games
Crowds like at Red Rocks last month. Hopefully we will all have the same opportunity to see her live here soon. "

The trio emerged from a year of loneliness with their breathtaking fourth studio album, Surrender.

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Influenced by nature and spawned from a year of self-imposed seclusion, the group unleashed Surrender and showed that eleven years later they are still at the forefront of electronic music, at the cutting edge and at the top of their game.

After RÜÜFiS DU SOL last released a full-length album with Solace in 2018, it is unclear how quickly RÜÜFiS DU SOL wanted to return with new music, but when international tours were soon followed by a global pandemic, the group had to make something of it Layer.

At the launch of their Live From Joshua Tree album in March 2020, it was enough to bridge fans while the Sydney trio simmered things beneath the surface, biding their time until it was time to return.

Take a look at "Alive" from RÜFÜS DU SOL:


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