Video: Gold Panda – Pink & Green

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Gold Panda is set to release his new album ‘Good Luck And Do Your Best’ on May 27th via City Slang. Today he’s sharing new track and video ‘Pink & Green’ from the forthcoming record. Gold Panda is also set to tour Europe later this year, including a show at London’s Tufnell Park Dome on May 30th.

Filmed in Japan, the ‘Pink & Green’ video shares footage of the experiences and inspirations that led to Gold Panda’s forthcoming album. Director Laura Lewis explains “Derwin (Gold Panda) and I travelled to Japan twice in 2014 to collate photography for what would become the cover art for Derwin’s third album, ‘Good Luck and Do Your Best’, elements of Derwin’s live visuals, and a photography book (also named ‘Good Luck and Do Your Best).

It was my first time in Japan and I was keen to capture as much as humanly possible, so whilst I was shooting stills, I also filmed as many of our travels and adventures as possible. ‘Pink & Green’ is therefore a mini documentary / behind the scenes glimpse of what happened along the way. It features some of the wonderful people we met, inspiring places we visited, and beautiful friends in Japan who helped make the trips so memorable.”

Watch the ‘Pink & Green’ video:

Gold Panda has also announced a series of live shows, including a London album release show in May plus UK and European summer festival appearances including London’s Field Day. ‘Good Luck and Do Your Best’ is to be released on May 27th via City Slang worldwide and is available for pre-order at and


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