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The fifth studio album from PNAU once again strikes that rich vein of musical brilliance which they found last year with hit single, Chameleon.

The new record draws upon influences from 60s disco to dancehall to 90s rave and jungle beats to create an 11 track offering that is filled to the brim with future hits.

Beat and melody wise Changa will be familiar to fans of the group and in particular those fans of Chameleon. That isn’t to say they’ve rested on their laurels though. PNAU have welcomed aboard vocalist Kira Divine for a number of tracks which adds a new dimension to the music and ultimately elevates the music to an even higher level.

Don’t be surprised to hear a bunch of these songs gracing festival stages and nightclub dance floors across the country this festival season.

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