The 31st ARIA Awards will be held on the 28th of November and you can bet on the winners until the very last day. Check out the best ARIA Awards Betting odds for the Album of the Year below, provided by Paddy Power Sportsbook!
Bet on Paul Kelly’s Life is Fine to win the Album of the Year
Being aware of the unpredictability of life was and therefore living more intensely is what inspired the title of Paul Kelly’s newest album, Life is Fine. The album, that received generally favorable reviews from 6 renowned publications, is one of the shortlisted works’ for the Album of the Year award. According to AllMusic, Life is Fine proves that Kelly “doesn’t need to come up with new concepts or mess with his formula in order to make a memorable album”. Paddy Power Sportsbook lists the album as it’s third favorite with 13/5 odds. Listen to the album on Spotify:
Bet on Gang of Youths’ Go Farther in Lightness to win the Album of the Year
“A stirring collection of music that places Gang of Youths another rank higher in the echelons of Aussie rock bands,” said Triple J about the second album of Gang of Youths, Go Farther in Lightness. The album, that is tied together by “lyrical romanticism and emotional sincerity” that debuted at No. 1 on the ARIA Charts. As of now, the two most popular songs from the album are “Let me Down Easy” and “What Can I do is the Fire Goes Out?” Listen to the whole Go Farther in Lightness album on Spotify, and bet on it at Paddy Power Sportsbook, with 6/4 odds.
Bet on Amy Shark’s Night Thinker to win the Album of the Year
Night Thinker, the title of Amy Shark’s EP, perfectly describes the vibe of the songs: moody, grungy, and dreamy. Her favorite on the EP is Drive you Mad, a song that she describes as an emotional rollercoaster: “as soon as you feel comfortable listening to it, it makes you feel uncomfortable and then comfortable again.” She might not be the bookies’ favorite to become the Album of the Year with 7/1 odds, but that doesn’t mean that it cannot surprise us and win.