Harry Styles' new album Harry's House has set an ARIA record as the album's entire tracklist has entered within the top 15 of the singles chart.
The 28-year-old has become the first artist to have 13 songs inside the Top 15 in one week.
The release marks Styles’ third time on top of the ARIA Album Chart, with both his self-titled album and Fine Line likewise scoring first place in 2017 and 2019 respectively.
His lead single As It Was, which was released in March, has retained the top singles spot for six consecutive weeks.
Late Night Talking, the second song on the album, debuted at second place while the singer's Boyfriends is sitting at number 15.
The success of the songs has also landed the album the number one spot on the ARIA Album Chart, surpassing Kendrick Lamar's Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers.
Styles' ARIA coup comes a day after Harry's House set the record for the biggest vinyl sales week of the modern era in the US,' according to NME.
Meanwhile overseas, the album debuted in the top spot on the Billboard 200 after selling more than 521,500 album units in the U.S. in its debut week.
Harry's House, for the week ending May 26, had the highest-selling week to date in 2022; and since fellow Columbia Records artist Adele sold more than 839,000 units for the week ending November 25, 2021 for her album 30.
The Grammy award-winning artist's previous solo two efforts - his self-titled 2017 album and the 2019 release Fine Line - also debuted at number one in their respective first weeks.
It comes after the One Direction singer announced that he will be playing stadium shows across Australia and New Zealand in February and March 2023.
His Love On Tour shows will kick off at HBF Park in Perth on February 20 before heading to Marvel Stadium in Melbourne on February 24.
He will then play Gold Coast's Metricon Stadium on February 28 and Sydney's Accor Stadium on March 4.
Styles will perform at Auckland's Mt Smart Stadium on March 7.
The former boy band star was originally scheduled to tour Australia in November 2020, with desperate fans holding onto their tickets hoping it would be rescheduled.
Styles is no stranger to Australian shores, having played more than 30 stadium shows with his former band One Direction.
His new album Harry's House is out now.
Harry Styles' 2023 Australian/NZ tour Dates
February 20: HBF Park, Perth
February 24: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
February 25: Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
February 28: Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast
March 3: Accor Stadium, Sydney
March 4: Accor Stadium, Sydney
March 7: Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland