Wild Youth has claimed the highest new entry on this weeks Official Irish Homegrown Chart.
The Dublin-based indie-pop group's new track Champagne Butterflies has entered the chart at Number 5, becoming their fifth Homegrown Top 20 hit according to OfficialCharts.com.
Orla Gartland follows on from her debut album with the new track More Like You, starting out at Number 8.
This marks her joint-highest entry to date on the Homegrown Chart.
KodalinesSay Something sits at Number 14 while drill rappers Rose & Chuks Facts chases right behind at 15, both marking new personal bests.
Wicklows Josh Gray has made his Top 20 debut with a 21st-century take on Wilson Phillips Hold On, which is currently in at 20.
In other news, after breaking Irish Chart history last week, Olivia Rodrigo has remained in the top spot for a second week on the Official Irish Singles Chart with Drivers License.
The 17-year-old actress topped the charts across the globe with her debut single in the likes of the UK, the US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the Netherlands.
Drivers Licenseis once more Irelands most downloaded and streamed song of the week, outperforming the rest of the Top 5 combined.
After racking up the highest number of streams in a single week last week, Olivia notched up the second-biggest record total today with 1.84 million.
Elsewhere on the charts, All I Want,a song Olivia performed on Disney+ show High School Musical: The Musical: The Series has moved up 24 places to 16 this week.
Olivias co-star Joshua Bassett, who is rumoured to be the subject of Drivers License, has also made his Official Irish Singles Chart debut at 44 with Lie Lie Lie.