This week's album No.1 is set to be claimed by Elton John and Pnau with their 'Good Morning To The Night' album, a collection of remixes of some of Elton's lesser known tracks. There's no 'Rocket Man' on here.
Elton John, we're sure you are familiar with. Pnau, perhaps less so. Yet to score any international success, check out the ten essential facts on the men behind one of this week's biggest album releases.
1. Pnau are a dance/pop band from Australia, who, despite having been very brilliant for many years have achieved no success with their own music in the UK whatsoever. They are Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes.
2. Nick Littlemore has previously experienced worldwide success in another Aussie duo. He was one half of Empire Of The Sun, the flamboyant band who brought us hits such as 'We Are The People' and 'Walking On A Dream'. Littlemore and Empire collaborator Luke Steele are said to be working on a second album together.
3. Nick Littlemore has been in a lot of bands. His first musical project was Teenager, alongside an artist you may have heard of - Ladyhawke.
4. Ladyhawke contributed guest vocals to the standout track on Pnau's self-titled 2007 album. The track was called 'Embrace' and still sounds amazing to this day. Listen below.
5. Pnau have also produced tracks for the likes of Robbie Williams, Ellie Goulding, Groove Armada and Mika.
6. According to the duo themselves, Pnau is pronounced 'pah-nyeow' and rhymes with meow.
7. Pnau's 2011 album 'Soft Universe' won awards in the band's Australian homeland, but sold very little in the UK. The album contained single 'The Truth', which was very good indeed. Listen below.
8. Pnau came to the attention of Elton John when he described Littlemore's Empire Of The Sun album as the best album he had heard in ten years.
9. The title track of the album 'Good Morning To The Night' is one of many songs being used at the London Olympics. Listen below.
10. The album is on course to score Elton John a No.1 in the album charts this weekend - and more importantly, gain Pnau some much needed exposure outside of Australia.