Tones and I seems to be on the path of world domination, having just broken a record that's been held by none other than Kylie Minogue herself for over three decades.
Her second-ever single (let that sink in), Dance Monkey, has topped charts in Australia, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland and France, and has now broken a record that many thought untouchable.
Back in 1987, Kylie spent seven weeks at No.1 with her track Locomotion, the longest an Australian female musician has spent at the top of the ARIA charts. However, given how much people have been loving Dance Monkey, it was only a matter of time before she overtook Kylie, and she's not done yet.
People at ARIA have suggested she's a good shot at continuing her streak at No.1, and beating out Justice Crew for the longest time spent at the top of the charts by an Australian artist. Justice Crew's track Que Sera spent nine weeks at No.1, and given Tones and I's dominance, the sky's the limit for her.
She'll be playing Laneway Festival early next year, too, so you can check out Dance Monkey, and her already-growing list of hits, live.