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PNAU Ignites Global Dance Floors with Electrifying New Album ‘Hyperbolic’

Australian electronic sensation PNAU have unveiled their latest studio masterpiece, Hyperbolic, marking their triumphant return since 2017’s groundbreaking Changa. Bursting with star-studded collaborations, including talents like Khalid, Troye Sivan, Bebe Rexha, and Empire of the Sun, the album showcases four fresh tracks, headlined by the enchanting single ‘Nostalgia’. In the interim, the Aussie trio—Nick Littlemore, Peter Mayes, and Sam Littlemore—have catapulted onto the global spotlight, propelled by the meteoric success of their chart-topping collaboration ‘Cold Heart’ with Elton John and Dua Lipa, amassing billions of streams and clinching numerous accolades.

“This will always be the LP after Changa; after the mind expansion, into the world once again seeking new champions. ‘Solid Gold’ opens to a whole world of delights that when we began this journey we couldn’t have ever imagined.”  – Nick Littlemore.

“We’ve got a lot of new features on this album, definitely more than ever before. With what happened with ‘Cold Heart’, doors have opened to us in terms of opportunities to collaborate with people which has been a huge change for us. Working with people like Khalid is very inspiring. He’s incredible.” Peter Mayes.

Hyperbolic introduces an eclectic array of new tracks, each showcasing different facets of PNAU’s multifaceted artistry. ‘All The Time’ serves as a nostalgic nod to PNAU’s early auditory roots, while ‘Passion Flower’ delves into their indie inclinations with captivating flair. The soul-stirring vocals of First Nations singer Emily Wurramara adorn ‘So High’, adding a profound depth to the track. Furthermore, the album features notable collaborations such as ‘The Hard Way’ featuring Khalid, the infectious energy of ‘You Know What I Need’ alongside fellow Australian sensation Troye Sivan, the celestial fusion of ‘Stars’ with Bebe Rexha and Ozuna, and the magnetic allure of recent single ‘AEIOU’, a collaboration with Nick Littlemore’s alternative project, Empire of the Sun.

Hyperbolic is a testament to PNAU’s evolution, traversing from their roots in underground raves to the realms of disco-infused pop anthems, yet always anchored by their signature dancefloor essence, solidifying their position as electronic music maestros. It’s available now, everywhere.

Written by Chris Lamaro