**** Das kommt jetzt überraschend ... Empire of the Sun haben gerade ein neues Album veröffentlicht - jetzt kommt auch noch Nick Littlemore's Projekt Pnau zu neuen Single-Ehren ... CHAMELEON klingt doch sehr afrikanisch-elektronisch-groovy ... weniger fürs Radio ...
**** There are few artists in recent memory that I waver on more inexplicably than PNAU, and even within this song I remember I was conflicted misusing your influence. It lacks the uplifting chorus of "The Truth" and the infectious beat of "Baby", and instead has a hook that really grated me whenever I hear it on the radio. The beats are quite nice though which makes it all the more irritating that the rest of it just don't hold up. I think it's catchy enough for me to like it more now, as I've grown to appreciate it more since I first started hearing this on radio. Hardly their finest moment but one that I can get into somewhat. Last edited: 29.01.2017 10:11
***** Can't believe I like this as much as I do but I can't get enough of this at the moment! It's just so interesting and incredibly infectious. I'm not sure what it is whether its a beat drop or the verse but whatever it is it's just so enjoyable and I'm absolutely loving this right now.
**** In an era of trop house covers and songs by dance artists that are trying too hard to be radio friendly, Pnau's "Chameleon" truly is a breath of fresh air in the charts. It's hard to think of a dance song as joyful as this that was a big hit in recent times. Sure it's difficult to understand what is even being said most of the time, but why should I care. It sounds fun and I want to sing along anyway. The beats are obviously very good and bouncy, and I adore the sheer joy that I can hear in the vocal performance. Might not be as good as "Embrace" but I'm so pleased that this has become such a big hit, who'd have thought Pnau would achieve that in 2016/2017?
***** Imagine if it came out now as opposed to summer. <br>This is the best thing Pnau have put their name to, great to see it do so well and narrowly missed out on the Top 10 of the Triple J Hottest 100! Last edited: 28.08.2017 10:45
***** Very good progressive dance song, probably my favourite since Galantis' No Money. I wasn't entirely sold on the two sections being melded together at first but it quickly grew on me, loving it more and more to the point where I was stanning it big time come Hottest 100 time. So glad it did well both there and in commercial world.