Aussie frog calls surpasses Harry Kinds and Jimmy Barnes in ARIA charts

A frog noise album has precipitated a significant upset on Australia’s greatest music chart, knocking off worldwide superstars and family names because it claims the highest three spots.

‘Songs of Disappearance’, an album by the Bowerbird Collective, Australian Museum and Native Amphibians, has jumped to quantity three within the ARIAs chart on its debut, virtually knocking Taylor Swift off her throne on the prime of the charts.

The album beat Jimmy Barnes’ new Christmas album ‘Blue Christmas’ and noticed megastar Harry Kinds’ newest launch drop from quantity three to quantity six.

Dr Jodi Rowley, Senior Analysis Scientist and Curator of Conservation Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles on the Australian Museum and UNSW is delighted with the end result: “It is so thrilling that Australia is getting behind this album, giving voice to Australia’s distinctive and endangered frogs .

“It is an actual indication of how a lot Australia cares about our frogs, and in addition how lovely, fascinating and engaging frog calls actually are!

“Australia’s frogs have given Taylor Swift a run for her cash, and it is past thrilling to see Australia’s frogs and their wonderful calls within the highlight!”

The same album of Australian fowl noises launched final 12 months reached quantity two within the charts, and the frog album reveals simply how a lot Australians like animal sounds.

Initially posted as Harry Kinds, Jimmy Barnes loses his frogs within the ARIA chats

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