Directed by Ben Kutsko from USA’s Miniac Films, the ‘Changa’ video sees the creative direction of PNAU’s Nick Littlemore brought to life, once again starring vocalist and dancer Kira Divine. Heightening the aesthetic from previous releases ‘Chameleon’ and ‘Go Bang’, the creative direction for ‘Changa’ was to explore the conscious and unconscious world of DMT – a journey back and forth through slowed reality to hazy deep dream state, through to a full blown visual collision of mind and body. ‘Changa’ is the latest single lifted from PNAU’s album of the same name, following the triple platinum, ARIA Award-winning smash ‘Chameleon’ and the double platinum ‘Go Bang’, which is currently sitting at No.1 on the Dance airplay chart in America.
Alongside of the astonishing record release achievements, earlier this year, Pnau scored their second consecutive year entry in to Triple J’s Hottest 100 listeners poll coming in at #7 with ‘Go Bang’ collated from a phenomenal count of 2,386,133 public votes. Adding to their astounding accolades, Pnau recently remixed more Elton John classics for the soundtrack to the global smash hit movie ‘Sherlock Knomes’ including a banging remix of the Elton John & Kiki Dee classic ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’!
To coincide, PNAU now also announce a handful of new return Australian tour dates, taking their electrifying live show to Perth, Newcastle, Sydney and Melbourne this July, before heading to Byron Bay to play the mega sold-out Splendour In The Grass festival with show details as follows:
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Tickets On Sale Midday Tuesday May 15th
Saturday July 14th – Metropolis Fremantle, Perth WA
Wednesday July 18th – Bar On The Hill, Newcastle University NSW
Thursday July 19th – Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW
Friday July 20th – 170 Russell, Melbourne VIC
Sunday July 22nd – Splendour In The Grass, Byron Bay NSW (SOLD OUT)
Ticket details – http://pnau.tv/