Following on from their massive triple-platinum selling summer anthem “Chameleon”, the just unveiled the stunning new single, “Go Bang,” and the upcoming release of their long-awaited fifth studio album Changa, Australia’s electro pop hit pioneers PNAU have just announced a strictly limited run of Australian headline shows across the New Year holiday period. Consisting of core members Nick Littlemore, Peter Mayes and Sam Littlemore, and now featuring LA based Shakira Marshall (back-up singer for Ms. Lauryn Hill) on vocals, the current line-up brings a new and electrifying layer to the band’s live show.

PNAU have built a solid reputation for consistently delivering eccentric and hugely popular dance inspired releases since their inception in 1999. Changa will be the band’s first full length album since 2012’s Good Morning To The Night, produced in collaboration with Sir Elton John, which debuted at #1 in the U.K. album charts and in the Top 5 in Australia. With the monster single ‘Chameleon’ having already scored over 25 million streams on Spotify alone, Pnau unveiled the 90’s rave style single ‘Into The Sky’ earlier in 2017, which coincided with a short & hugely successful return to Australian stages as one of the headliners on the Listen Out Festivals.

With the much-anticipated release of Changa on November 10th, along with two coveted ARIA Award nominations, Pnau’s triumphant return to Australia with full band for a handful of headline shows will undoubtedly be the must see events for Australian electro fans across the New Year.


Thu Dec 28th – The new HQ Complex, Adelaide SA – Tickets:

Fri Dec 29th – Beyond The Valley Festival, Lardner Park VIC – Tickets:

Sun Dec 31st – Harbour Party NYE, Big Top (Luna Park) Sydney NSW – Tickets:

Mon Jan 1st – NYD at The Goods Shed, Hobart TAS – Tickets:

Thu Jan 4th – Wollongong University Gardens – NSW – Tickets:


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