Pnau have hit the “anthemic” button for their new epic All of Us.
Following hot on the heels of their radio smash Solid Gold, the track features US singer Ollie Gabriel.
Says Pnau’s Nick Littlemore of the song’s meaning: “All of Us is in essence what Pnau has always stood for; togetherness. I found this feeling as a young teen on the warehouse floors of rave parties and clubs of the underground. As kids in an adult scene we were taken in by the older, wiser revellers; we were open-eyed and filled with wonderment. In those places, those hidden spaces, we found acceptance and love. It’s that feeling, doing what humans from all cultures have done since the dawn of time – we danced. Just like Havelock Ellis had understood, that the ritual of dance is really the most human instinct of all, and dance is full of love and creativity. This song speaks to that sensation. This is our ode to the ritual that we’ve in so many ways dedicated our lives to. You don’t need to know the steps or be an expert; you just need to lose yourself to dance.”
Meanwhile, Pnau will return to Australia at year’s end for the festival season:
December 29, 2019 – Falls Festival, Marion Bay TAS
December 30, 2019 – Falls Festival, Lorne VIC
December 31, 2019 – Falls Festival, Byron Bay NSW
January 1, 2020 – Field Day, Sydney NSW
January 4, 2020 – Falls Festival, Fremantle WA