PNAU is the multi-platinum selling, ARIA award winning electronic act of Nick Littlemore (Empire of the Sun), Peter Mayes and Sam Littlemore, famed for their extensive career born out of the underground clubs and festival dancefloors of Australia.
With a catalogue of their own hits and multiple albums behind them, PNAU have enjoyed a powerful renaissance over the past few years, with multi-platinum hits ‘Go Bang’ and ‘Chameleon’ becoming inescapable on the airwaves in their home country of Australia, winning ARIA Awards for Best Dance Release and climbing the Billboard Dance charts in the US.
PNAU also hold the acclaimed title of giving Elton John his first UK No.1 album in 22 years when they collaborated with the legendary Rocketman on the 2012 album ‘Good Morning To The Night’. Sir Elton discovered PNAU’s music on an Australian tour and handed over his enormous back catalogue of music to them to rearrange and remix - a moment of serendipity in PNAU’s stellar career.
PNAU’s 2019 single, the disco-tinged ‘Solid Gold’ featuring Kira Divine and Marques Toliver, embedded PNAU as the most cutting edge electronic act to watch on a global scale, finding a loyal fan base amongst the most influential decision makers at BBC Radio 1, triple j and streaming services across the globe.
PNAU wrapped up 2019 with their next epic creation ‘All Of Us’ – an undeniable dance anthem, as euphoric as it is energetic. Forever progressing their style and sound, PNAU welcome US singer Ollie Gabriel into the creative fold for the first time as feature artist, delivering a soulful vocal, urging people to come together, be free and lose themselves to dance.
To this day, the group maintain their reputation as one of “Australia’s Best Festival Acts” (inthemix), welcoming both Kira Divine and Ollie Gabriel to their colourful and electric live show and appearing at festivals including Splendour In The Grass, Field Day and Falls Festival in recent years.