Pnau shares ‘Stars’ with Bebe Rexha & Ozuna

New single available now

Pnau have become masters of the blockbuster collab, quickly building upon the international smash hit “Cold Heart” with Elton John and Dua Lipa by delivering big moments with Troye Sivan (“You Know What I Need”) and Khalid (“The Hard Way”). This time around, the Australian electronica trio have teamed up with two fresh international stars in the shape of the international chart-topping and Grammy Award-nominated Bebe Rexha and the Puerto Rican crossover Reggaeton sensation Ozuna for the new single “Stars.” The three artists share a huge following at Spotify with a combined total of more than 115 million monthly listeners.

“Stars” out via Sony Music Germany/RCA Records, is an expression of pure positivity, delivered with Pnau’s alluring cocktail of pop-tinged modern disco, sleek electronica and pulsating bass. Bebe Rexha’s classy, superstar vocal elevates its feel-good vibe before Ozuna jumps on-board, his smooth Latin voice showing why he has become one of the world’s biggest artists. Collectively they ensure that “Stars” has everything it takes to make a global impact.

The accompanying video for the track was directed by the multidimensional creative studio Melt, who created an eclectic and slightly surreal space opera which blends the kitschy charm of ‘70s sci-fi with psychedelic animation.

Pnau are Australia’s biggest streaming exports, a multi-Platinum ARIA award-winning electronica trio with Nick Littlemore joined by Peter Mayes and Sam Littlemore. Their career is rooted within Australia’s underground dance scene, but they possess a midas touch for a crossover dance hit which saw them achieve huge domestic success with “Go Bang” and “Chameleon” before delivering a global smash with ‘Cold Heart’. Now approaching 2 billion streams, “Cold Heart” fired to No. 1 in the UK and saw Pnau reach the US Top 10 for the first time, resulting in award nominations at the BRITs, the Ivor Novellos, the Billboard Music Awards and the American Music Awards. Pnau have also remixed and/or collaborated with Diana Ross, Tame Impala and Lizzo while simultaneously nurturing a new era of talent with their own record label, Lab 78.

Buddy Iahn
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