Over the last few years, Amy Shark has catapulted herself from the status of aspiring musician to one of Australia’s most inspiring musical exports.

Releasing her first single back in 2014, and rising to fame with ‘Adore’ in 2016, Amy Shark has managed to peak near the top of both the ARIA charts and triple j’s Hottest 100, turning her into a massive success across the board.

Currently nearing the end of a massive Aussie tour, there’s no denying just how popular this Gold Coast muso has become in just a matter of years.

To celebrate one of the most beloved Aussie musicians of the last few years, we’ve decided to take a look back at her ten most successful tracks. Using a mixture of information from Spotify streams and Last.fm charts, we’ve compiled a list of Amy’s biggest tracks, according to the music-loving public.

10. ‘Blood Brothers’

Hottest 100 Rank: 83
Release Date: March 21st, 2017
ARIA Chart Peak: N/A

The penultimate song on her Night Thinker EP, ‘Blood Brothers’ has become one of the most popular tracks within Amy Shark’s discography, despite never being released as a single. It did however resonate with triple j listeners, who voted it into the Hottest 100 at #83.

9. ‘Don’t Turn Around’

Hottest 100 Rank: N/A
Release Date: June 8th, 2018
ARIA Chart Peak: 16

One of the many singles from Love Monster, ‘Don’t Turn Around’ was described by Amy as “a song that talks about the desire to run into someone you have feelings for, a history with who knows you too well.” Clearly, this was something that her fans knew all too well, too, becoming one of her most-streamed songs.

8. ‘Teenage Dirtbag’

Hottest 100 Rank: N/A
Release Date: September 13th, 2018
ARIA Chart Peak: N/A

Wheatus’ 2000 single has been a staple of Amy Shark’s setlists for some time now, famously performing it for her MTV Unplugged session. Thanks to a performance at Spotify’s studios, this track has managed to become one of those iconic covers, beloved by listeners the world over.

7. ‘Mess Her Up’

Hottest 100 Rank: N/A
Release Date: July 13th, 2018
ARIA Chart Peak: 29

Love Monster might have been released back in 2018, but ‘Mess Her Up’ was only unleashed as a single back in March. Clearly fans have been loving this song, so much so that it deserved a standalone release. With just one listen, we can see why it’s so well-liked.

6. ‘Psycho’

Hottest 100 Rank: N/A
Release Date: June 22nd, 2018
ARIA Chart Peak: N/A

Teaming up with a member of Blink-182 would be a dream for any aspiring musician, but Amy Shark is living her best life, hooking up with Mark Hoppus to record the infectious ‘Psycho’. Featuring the punk icon’s vocals mixed in with Amy’s, this tune will be sticking around for a while to come.

5. ‘Sink In’

Hottest 100 Rank: N/A
Release Date: March 16th, 2018
ARIA Chart Peak: N/A

Released on the soundtrack for the film Love, Simon, ‘Sink In’ has clearly scored a lot of love from music-lovers around the world, with this tune becoming one of Amy Shark’s most popular, despite not being released as a single.

4. ‘Weekends’

Hottest 100 Rank: 25
Release Date: March 17th, 2017
ARIA Chart Peak: 59

Described as “an extremely personal song”, ‘Weekends’ was one of the many tracks from Night Thinker that saw Amy Shark become a staple on radio and music video channels. With a nifty music video, and a soaring chorus, this one is easily one of her most beloved tracks.

3. ‘All Loved Up’

Hottest 100 Rank: 36
Release Date: July 13th, 2018
ARIA Chart Peak: 58

Co-written with music producer extraordinaire Jack Antonoff, ‘All Loved Up’ is one of those tracks which takes a little bit to resonate with you. While you know it’s a special one, by the third time you hear it, you know it’s going to be left on repeat for hours to come.

2. ‘I Said Hi’

Hottest 100 Rank: 5
Release Date: April 13th, 2018
ARIA Chart Peak: 6

Described as “an anthem for anyone who is waking up everyday fighting for what they believe in and challenging the universe,” ‘I Said Hi’ has been absolutely killing it on the charts over the last year, becoming one of those tracks that people just can’t ignore.

With its powerful chorus and cathartic lyrics, it’s no wonder than fans have been blasting ‘I Said Hi’ at every chance they get.

1. ‘Adore’

Hottest 100 Rank: 2
Release Date: July 26th, 2016
ARIA Chart Peak: 3

Sometimes, the original is the best. While ‘Adore’ wasn’t Amy Shark’s first single, it was undoubtedly her breakthrough, hitting #2 on the Hottest 100, and reaching #3 on the ARIA charts. Produced alongside M-Phazes, ‘Adore’ introduced an entire generation of music fans to Amy’s work, kicking off a music career we couldn’t imagine going without.

While we’re sure this song should have reached the top of the charts, a single listen to this song makes it so clear why people absolutely adore Amy Shark.

Amy Shark 2019 Australian Tour

(Remaining Dates)

With special guests Slowly Slowly & Erthlings

Friday, May 24th
Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide, SA (All Ages)

Friday, May 31st
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, VIC (all Ages)

Tickets on sale now through Live Nation