"(It Goes Like) Nanana" is a song by South Korean DJ and producer Peggy Gou, released as the lead single from her forthcoming debut album. It is her first single to be issued through XL Recordings.
In a press release, Gou stated: "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!'"
Henry Ivry of Resident Advisor called it "full-on Café del Mar worship" with "vintage rave chords elbow[ing] in over chunky, swung drums and a forlorn synth that has shades of Eurodance". Although he felt that "the lyrics are a bit silly, they're catchy" and "there is nothing, in short, subtle about the track, but who cares—this is dance pop down to a science".