PNAU just released three tracks from their new album and they're all bangers

PNAU just released three tracks from their new album and they're all bangers

Control Your Body, Young Melody and Into The Sky join Chameleon on their upcoming new album out in November.

I don't think there's much to say about our love for PNAU except that yeah, they're one of the best Australian electronic acts to have ever existed and we'll probably still be playing Embrace in a thousand years as the world collapses around us. Anyway, following up from their tribal-tinged banger Chameleon (which we absolutely hammered - both at full speed and slowed down), the Nick Littlemore-led troupe have just dropped three firey tracks from their new record Changa - which will arrive through etcetc this coming November (November 10 to be exact). The three tracks are all pretty different to each other, which gives us a bit of insight to how varied their returning album will be when it finally arrives. “Today we release three very special tracks from our forthcoming album Changa," said the three-piece on their new singles. "The three songs traverse the aural journey which is Changa, coupled with what you've heard from us with Chameleon."

The first of the singles, Control Your Body, is a relentless thumper with an addictive acid-house groove, giving us a heavy dose of nostalgia to their ravey earlier days. Into The Sky, on the other hand, is a far more relaxed and radio-friendly, with the vocals of Nick Littlemore making a return above a washed out, 90s-reminiscent beat which is heavier on traditional instrumentation than the club sounds of Control Your BodyYoung Melody is the bridge that holds together the two sides of PNAU, with a funky house production pulsing underneath Vera Blue's soaring and now quite well-known vocals. As previously mentioned, the three tracks will appear with Chameleon on Changa, which is sure to get a solid rinse through as the Australian dance legends hit up Listen Out and Adelaide's OH YES sister-festival this September/October before its release in November.

 

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