PNAU Hit #2 in the UK Mid-Week With 'Changes'

Sydney electronic duo PNAU, aka Peter Mayes and Nick Littlemore, have seen a remix of their 2008 single ‘Baby’, by French producers Faul and Wad Ad, hit the number one spot on the German singles chart, and this week ‘Changes’ sits at number two on the UK mid-week charts! ‘Changes’ has also reached the top ten in France, Italy, Portugal and Spain, and is currently number five on the worldwide Shazam chart!

Since releasing their debut album 'Sambanova' in 2000, PNAU have become one of Australia’s most critically acclaimed electronic acts, winning an ARIA Award for Best Dance Release that year and an AIR Award for Best Independent Dance/Electronica Album for their 2011 release 'Soft Universe'.

Having been personally sought out by Elton John after he discovered their 2007 album PNAU, Peter and Nick went on to collaborate with Elton on his 2012 album 'Good Morning To The Night', which debuted at number one in the UK charts.

With the notorious hook from ‘Baby’ receiving a smooth, hypnotic house revival by Faul & Wad Ad, ‘Changes’ is now one of the biggest songs in the UK and Europe, with airplay across BBC Radio 1 and Capital FM and over 32 million YouTube views. PNAU are currently putting the finishing touches on their upcoming album due out for release in mid-2014.

Faul & Wad Ad vs PNAUChanges’ is out now in Australia via etcetc. Download it here.