Songs Added To Radio This Week:Songs Added To Radio This Week:
"How You Been" is a song by by indie rock band, Holy Holy. It was released through Wonderlick Recordings on April 16, 2021.The single follows on from the urgent and ambitious Port Rd."How You Been" has gained plenty of airplay following its release to radio, as it started to make an impact across the Triple J Network plus gaining airplay across Triple M, plus there was airplay across some of the Regional Radio Networks as well. "How You Been" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #91.

Oscar and Tim are back, just as they look down the barrel of their next round of Holy Holy shows, with a new single that brings them back towards that classic Holy Holy sound.

When we first heard from them last year with 'Port Rd', Holy Holy threw us a curveball; sparking things up, encompassing hip hop fire courtesy of collaborator Queen P. It signalled that they weren't afraid of getting themselves out of their comfort zone when it comes to making their new album.

And with new single 'How You Been', we're hearing a great combo of the strong guitar sounds Holy Holy fans love about the band, with some decidedly more pop-leaning songwriting vibes in the mix too.

How You Been' is a song about heartbreak, though viewed through the lens of a friend or a loved one checking in. Chances are, we've all been there at one point or another. It's a natural fit for Holy Holy as songwriters - their dynamic as both songwriters and performers shines.

“It has a lot of the hallmarks of what we do,” Tim says. “At the core of it, it’s a classic Holy Holy song in the sense that there’s real storytelling. A character based, lyrical theme plays out.”

“Then there’s Oscar’s emotive chord progressions that subtly influence the way you feel. They feed into the lyrics. You don’t realise why, but you’re listening to the song and certain emotions come up."
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2 Falling Up
Dean Lewis | UMA
3 Love Songs Ain't For Us
Amy Shark ft. Keith Urban | SME
4 Fly Away
Tones And I | SME
5 What Other People Say
Sam Fischer & Demi Lovato | SME/UMA
6 Astronaut In The Ocean
Masked Wolf | WMA
7 Love On Display
Guy Sebastian | SME
8 Higher
Budjerah | WMA
9 Together
Sia | WMA
10 One Too Many
Keith Urban & Pink | UMA


Holy Holy | SME


Ava Max | WMA

How You Been
Holy Holy
New Entries:New Entries:
Sweet But Psycho
Ava Max
Riton x Nightcrawlers ft. Mufasa & Hypeman

#68 - #97

#11 - #19

#12 - #18

#23 - #30

#30 - #49

The Business
The Kid Laroi
Falling Up
Dean Lewis
Heat Waves
Glass Animals
Justin Bieber
Your Love (9PM)
ATB, Topic & A7S
Cover Me In Sunshine
Pink + Willow Sage Hart
We're Good
Dua Lipa
Mr Perfectly Fine
Taylor Swift
Your Power
Billie Eilish
Twenty One Pilots
Tina Arena
Treat You Right
The Jungle Giants
Bus Stop
Stolen Cars
Be Somebody
Mitch James
Worst Day Of My Life
Amy Shark
I Did It
DJ Khaled ft. Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby & DaBaby
Little Mix ft. Saweetie

#17 - #24

Midnight Sky
Miley Cyrus

"Sweet but Psycho" is a song by American singer Ava Max, released on August 17, 2018, through Atlantic Records as the first single from her debut studio album, Heaven & Hell (2020). The song was written by Max, Madison Love, Tix, Cook Classics, and the producer Cirkut. It is a pop, dance-pop, electropop, and synth-pop song with lyrics about the perception of a woman. The song's title was inspired by frequent interactions between Max and her parents. The song's lyrics and subsequent music video became controversial for allegedly stigmatizing the perception of mental illnesses; mental health organizations in Ireland attempted to ban the song from radio. "Sweet but Psycho" received mixed to positive reviews from music critics, who praised its upbeat sound and catchy chorus. Upon release, "Sweet but Psycho" appeared on various Spotify playlists before peaking at number one in 22 countries, including Sweden, Finland, Norway, and the United Kingdom. The song was Max's first top 10 single in the United States, peaking at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the highest-selling year-end song of 2019 in Slovenia and has attained platinum certifications in 15 countries, as well as diamond in France, Brazil, and Poland. "Sweet but Psycho" has seen an increase in Airplay, this week, on the NOVA & Hit Networks plus airplay on KIIS Network in the past week, plus airplay on Grant Broadcasters stations, has increased as well, giving it some good spins."Sweet but Psycho" is this Weeks Greatest Gainer moving up 29 places from #97 to #68.


This tune is an anthem of female empowerment and it is has taken over the radio airwaves worldwide, and rightfully so. Her vocals are crisp, sweet and infectious; moreover, the song’s lyrics are equally catchy and retable.


“Sweet but Psycho” has accumulated well over 750 million streams, thus proving that Max is a true force to be reckoned with in the contemporary pop music business. “Sweet but Psycho” was produced by Grammy-nominated producer Cirkut, who also co-wrote the song with Max and Madison Love.


Her song’s well-crafted music video was directed by Shomi Patwary, who has worked with such diverse musical acts as The Weeknd and Beyoncé.


“Sweet but Psycho” is available on iTunes and on Spotify.


Overall, Ava Max delivers on her smash single “Sweet but Psycho.” It is one of those songs that the listener can’t get out of their heads no matter how hard they try. Hopefully, it is a harbinger of bigger and better things to come from Max in the future. She deserves to be the next big female star in pop music. “Sweet but Psycho” has lived up to its A rating.

#41 - #52

Hot Debut
Greatest Gainer
Greatest Gainer

#38 - #46

Hot Debut
Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar & Giveon
Bang Bang
Rita Ora + Imanbek
Hold On
Justin Bieber
Australian Music Report Top Ten
1 R U High
The Knocks ft. Mallrat | WMA
2 Kiss Me More
Doja Cat ft. SZA | SME
3 Foolproof
Hayden James, Gorgon City & Nat Dunn | UMA
4 R.E.G.O
Ruby Fields | IND
5 Pump The Breaks
Dom Dolla | SME
6 Ride
Baker Boy ft. Yirrmal | UMA
7 How You Been
Holy Holy | SME
8 deja vu
Olivia Rodrigo | UMA
9 Little More Love
AJ Tracey | IND
10 21
Bakers Eddy | IND

#51 - #62

#53 - #67

R U High
The Knocks ft. Mallrat
MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)
Lil Nas X
Australian Music Report
Australian Top 10:
Triple J - Most Played:
Triple J - Most Played:
Triple J - Most Played:
Don't Start Now
Dua Lipa

#31 - #41

Kiss Me More
Doja Cat ft. SZA
Baker Boy ft. Yirrmal
Jonas Brothers

#61 - #73

#55 - #63


Country Radio Airplay Top 10:Country Radio Airplay Top 10:
1 When I'm With You
Lloyd Back | Kross Kut Records
2 Just Get Better
Lynchburg | Kross Kut Records
3 Just Gonna Party
Hayley Jensen | Social Family Records
4 Hit It On The Run
Tony Smith | Check Label Services
5 Dirty River
Michael Waugh | Compass Bros. Records
6 Good & Bad Days
Ashleigh Dallas | Check Label Services
7 Beau In The Back
Brad Cox | SME
8 Goodbye From Me
Amber Joy Poulton | IND
9 The World Today
Troy Cassar-Daley | Tarampa Music
10 Just One Damn Thing After The Other
Warren Kearney | IND
Look Into My Eyes

#63- #82

Hayden James. Gorgon City & Nat Dunn

#67 - #80

Freya Ridings

#65 - #92

Need You Tonight

#71 - #81

#83 - #96

#92 - #100

Everybody Rise
Amy Shark
High Hopes
Panic! At The Disco
Don't You
(Forget About Me)

Simple Minds