PNAU Inspire Gratitude and Positive Energy In New Single 'Lucky' Featuring Vlossom
21 May 2020
With a catalogue of multi-platinum hits behind them, Australian trio PNAU continue to push boundaries with their sound and take their fans on a journey with their diverse and colourful productions. Now PNAU unveil their new single ‘Lucky’, a voyage of positivity and emotional ecstasy and the perfect antidote during these times of uncertainty. The uplifting ‘Lucky’ features Alister Wright from Vlossom on vocals, giving the song an ethereal quality, but still stamped with PNAU’s unmistakable dancefloor sensibilities.
Littlemore explains the meaning behind the song; “Lucky came at a time of deep reflection during
winter in Sydney last year. I was in limbo without a visa to return home in Los Angeles; moving from
low rent hotels to expired motels, couches and the like. Alister and I were yet to release any Vlossom
music, but we were in a place of imagineering our possible futures. ‘Lucky’ represents that most
golden future, shimmering just in the distance like over a frosty hill, approaching. Like a summer of
love is on its way to you, full up of emotional ecstasy.”
‘Lucky’ brings two of Nick Littlemore’s myriad of creative ventures together in harmony, with Vlossom the newly-launched super-duo of Littlemore and Cloud Control’s Alister Wright. Having offered the first glimpse into Vlossom’s world-bending with their debut single ‘Catch Your Breath’ in late 2019, Vlossom recently released their debut EP, My Friend and lead single ‘Missing You’ to great acclaim, with The Line Of Best Fit saying the EP “
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. 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, with their relationship with Elton continuing to this day.
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 and climbing the Billboard Dance charts in the US. 2019 singles ‘Solid Gold’ and ‘All Of Us’, 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.