Years & Years, Jamie Lawson scale Australian Singles Chart

Plus there are big climbers from Hozier, Charlie Puth and Walk The Moon on this week's week's chart.

Years & Years are Jamie Lawson are among the big climbers on this week's Australian ARIA Singles Chart

Rising London singer-songwriter Lawson leaps from 20 to Number 7 with Wasn't Expecting That, while Years & Years jump 18 places to crack the Top 10 at 9 with King. 

At the top end of the tally, Wiz Khalifa claims a second week at Number 1 with See You Again, followed by Major Lazer's Lean On at 2 and Skrillex, Diplo and Justin Bieber's Where Are You Now at 3. 

Swedish dance duo Galantis climb from 12 to 4 with Runaway (U & I), and Jason Derulo's Want To Want Me reaches a new peak at 6. 

Further down the chart, pop-punk band Walk The Moon jump 41 to 17 with Shut Up & Dance, Hozier enters the Top 40 at 24 with Someone New, and Charlie Puth FT Meghan Trainor's Marvin Gaye shifts from 38 to 25.

Over on the ARIA Albums Chart, Lee Kernaghan's Spirit Of The Anzacs remains at Number 1, and The Wombats are this week's highest new entry at 2 with Glitterbug. The position matches the chart peak of its predecessor, 2011's This Modern Glitch. 

Outside the Top 10, Bette Midler's It's The Girls is new at 12, Tyler, The Creator's Cherry Bomb debuts at 13, and Canadian star Shawn Mendes lands at 18 with Handwritten.