One of the summer’s most ubiquitous dance tunes, Peggy Gou’s “(It Goes Like) Nanana” has finally been given a set of visuals. It was only officially released in June, but its inescapable presence makes it feel as if it’s been with us much longer. Its late ‘90s Balearic/Europop pitch blends, reminiscent of ATB’s “9PM (Til I Come)”, have proved hugely influential this year and there’s been a big chunk of tunes following suit.
Directed by Thomas Hardiman with Peggy herself acting as creative director, the new video is ultra-stylish in a way that completely embodies the Balearic aesthetic the track itself taps into. All floaty fabrics and blistering hot afternoons by the pool, it’s hard to think of a more perfect visual representation of this tune.
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!’”
Hit play on the video up top and then, if you haven’t already, add “(It Goes Like) Nanana” to your playlists.