Artist, producer, DJ and cultural icon Peggy Gou returns with her first new music in nearly two years. Inspired by the eclectic house and pop classics that defined the Balearic sound, alongside 90s and 2000s dance anthems and Peggy’s own inimitable contemporary club production, ‘(It Goes Like) Nanana’ makes an early claim to be the sound of the summer, set to soundtrack sunsets and sunrises the world over.
‘(It Goes Like) Nanana’ is released via XL Recordings / Remote Control Records, her first release for the label. Following in the footsteps of previous Peggy Gou anthems, ‘(It Goes Like) Nanana’ features Peggy herself on vocals and is the first track to be released from her highly-anticipated debut album. Speaking about the single, Peggy says: “There’s a feeling we all know but is hard to describe, that feeling of love, warmth and excitement when you’re surrounded by friends and loved ones and the energy speaks for itself. It’s difficult to put into words but to me it goes ‘nanana!’”
Peggy first premiered the track to a rapturous reception during her recent headline set at the closing of London’s iconic Printworks venue. “London and the UK have always been a special place for me.” she says. “It’s the city where I discovered my love of music and a place that has always shown me so much support. So it was an honour to close Printworks and the perfect place to debut the track”.
Meanwhile, Peggy Gou will further cement her status as one of the world’s most in-demand DJs with appearances worldwide over the summer. These include the fourth instalment of her own 7000 capacity Pleasure Garden one-day festival in London’s Finsbury Park on 6th August where she’ll be joined by the likes of Special Request and Mumdance and a second stage to showcase artists from her own Gudu Records.