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  • Writer's pictureKyriakos Tsinivits

Australian Eurovision entries that have charted worldwide

Since Australia’s debut in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest, Australia has successfully made it to the Grand Final in every competing year and finished in the Top 10 four out of five times.

At home and internationally, Australia’s Eurovision entries have made an impact on the iTunes and national singles charts throughout Europe and the Bahamas (check out ‘Tonight Again’).

We take a look at where all of Australia's Eurovision entries (including Jessica Mauboy's Eurovision Interval Act from 2014) have charted worldwide in order of peak position, listing iTunes and national charts, links to sources have also been provided:

Songs charting on iTunes and national singles charts worldwide:

Jessica Mauboy - 'Sea of Flags' (Eurovision Interval Act 2014)

Australia (iTunes chart) No. 28

Australia (ARIA Singles Chart) No. 40

Guy Sebastian - ‘Tonight Again’ (2015)

Australia (iTunes chart) No. 2

Australia (ARIA Singles Chart) No. 12


Sweden (iTunes chart) No. 2

Bahamas (iTunes chart) No. 4

Estonia (iTunes chart) No. 7

Norway (iTunes chart) No. 8

Netherlands (iTunes chart) No. 8

Austria (iTunes chart) No. 9

Denmark (iTunes chart) No. 10

Germany (iTunes chart) No. 15

Spain (iTunes chart) No. 15

Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) No. 16

Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) No. 22

Iceland (RÚV) No. 24

Belgium (Ultratip Flanders) No. 28

Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia) No. 34

United Kingdom (iTunes chart) No. 43

Germany (Offical German Charts) No. 44

Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade) No. 47

United Kingdom (iTunes chart) No. 62

Netherlands (Single Top 100) No. 71

France (iTunes chart) No. 99

United Kingdom (Official Charts Company) No. 178

Dami Im - ‘Sound of Silence’ (2016)

Australia (iTunes chart) No. 1

Australia (ARIA Singles Chart) No. 5


Lithuania (iTunes chart) No. 1

Malta (iTunes chart) No. 1

Sweden (iTunes chart) No. 2

Finland (iTunes chart) No. 3

Poland (iTunes chart) No. 3

Belgium (iTunes chart) No. 4

Estonia (iTunes chart) No. 4

Norway (iTunes chart) No. 4

Greece (iTunes chart) No. 5

Iceland (RÚV) No. 9

Belgium (Ultratip Flanders) No. 10

Finland (Download Latauslista) No. 11

Germany (iTunes chart) No. 14

Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) No. 17

Spain (iTunes chart) No. 22

United Kingdom (iTunes chart) No. 33

Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40) No. 39

France (iTunes chart) No. 42

Scotland (Singles Sales chart) No. 53

United Kingdom (Download Top 100) No. 54

Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade) No. 55

Germany (Offical German Charts) No. 57

France (SNEP) No. 69

Netherlands (Single Top 100) No. 100

United Kingdom (Official Charts Company) No. 160

‘Sound of Silence’ also reached the iTunes charts top 10 in Russia, Switzerland, Israel, Denmark and the Netherlands, top 20 in Germany, Ireland and Spain, and top 40 in the UK and France.

Isaiah Firebrace - ‘Don't Come Easy’ (2017)

Australia (iTunes chart) No.19

Australia (ARIA Singles Chart) No. 69


Belgium (Ultratip Flanders) No. 47

Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) No. 50

Germany (iTunes chart) No. 66

Jessica Mauboy - ‘We Got Love’ (2018)

Australia (iTunes chart) No. 1

Australia (ARIA Singles Chart) No. 31


Spain (iTunes chart) No. 17

United Kingdom (iTunes chart) No. 35

Germany (iTunes chart) No. 40

United Kingdom (Download Top 100) No. 58

Scotland (Singles Sales chart) No. 60

Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) No. 86

France (iTunes chart) No. 94

Kate Miller-Heidke - ‘Zero Gravity’ (2019)

Australia (iTunes chart) No. 7

Australia (ARIA Singles Chart) No. 95


Sweden (Veckolista Heatseeker) No. 2

United Kingdom (iTunes chart) No. 36

United Kingdom (Downloads Top 100) No. 57

Spain (iTunes chart) No. 59

Scotland (Singles Sales chart) No. 62

Lithuania (AGATA) No. 64

France (iTunes chart) No. 77

Germany (iTunes chart) No. 80

Montaigne - ‘Don't Break Me’ (2020)

Australia (iTunes chart) No. 8

Australia (Digital Tracks) No. 22

From 2015 to 2019, every time Australia competed in Eurovision, Australia’s Eurovision songs managed to chart in Australia and Europe. All entries have managed to reached the Top 20 on the Australian iTunes chart, with ‘Sound of Silence’ and ‘We Got Love’ reaching the No.1 spot.

Undeniably though, it would be Australia’s debut entry and then our impressive first runner up entry the year later that would make the biggest impact on the charts worldwide.

Australia’s debut in Eurovision with Guy Sebastian’s energetic performance of ‘Tonight Again’ left a lasting impression, reaching the Top 10 iTunes chart in eight countries. Guy Sebastian was held off the top spot on the Swedish iTunes chart by none other than Måns Zelmerlöw’s 2015 Eurovision winning song ‘Heroes’. Interestingly ‘Tonight Again’ managed to chart in the Caribbean with it reaching No.4 on iTunes in the The Bahamas’.

The Australian entry which made the biggest impression globally was Dami Im's ‘Sound of Silence’ which came in the runners up spot in 2016. The song charted in over 20 charts across Europe and Australia and reached the No. 1 spot on the iTunes chart in Australia, Lithuania and Malta. In Australia ‘Sound of Silence’ remained on the iTunes chart for 108 days the longest out of all the Australian entries. Dami Im also managed to reach the Top 10 in three national singles chart, in Iceland, Belgium, and a peaked at No.5 on the Australian ARIA charts.

It is great to see Australian acts get exposure on the charts worldwide all thanks to Eurovision.


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