The Hill | August 26, 2018 12:12 p.m.
A song by the Australian rock band Ashland Music Academy is one of the top-selling songs in the country, according to the latest Billboard 200 chart.
The song, “Taste the Burn,” sold more than 17 million copies in its first week, according for Nielsen SoundScan.
The song is an anthem to Ashland, a small town in the central Victoria town of Dandenong, located about 65 miles (100 kilometers) south of Sydney.
Ashland has had a long-standing relationship with the Australian country music industry, and its members have performed on national and international tours.
The band has performed on many of the country’s biggest and most influential rock festivals and has been featured in dozens of movies and television shows, including “Logan Lucky” and “The Hangover.”