After bursting into the top 100 on the UK charts today​Tonight Alive ​have doubled down on the ​ARIA​ Albums chart with their new LP​, Underworld​, which is the week's highest local debut. 

The Sydney band's fourth studio album has debuted on the chart at #11, while ​The Greatest Showman ​soundtrack has managed to retain top spot ahead of Ed Sheeran's ÷ (Divide) at #2 and ​Camila Cabello's debut effort, Camila​, at #3.

Meanwhile, ​The Cranberries​ have surged into the top ten following singer Dolores O'Riordan's shock passing with 2002 compilation Stars: The Best Of​, which has charted at #8.

Other album debuts this week include Black Veil BridesVale (#13), the Muriel's Wedding Original Cast Recording (#17), Joe Satriani's What Happens Next (#20), Tiny Little HousesIdiot Proverbs​ (#39), Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's Wrong Creatures, (#45) and Corrosion Of Conformity's No Cross No Crown (#95).

Over on the Singles chart, ​Troye Sivan ​has scored a top 15 debut with My My My!​ coming in at #14, however as predicted, Ed Sheeran has stayed on top for a seventh consecutive week with Perfect​.

New entries on the list this week come from Cabello with Never Be The Same (#17) and Taylor Swift's End Game, featuring Sheeran and Future (#38).