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Forget about your phone and simply live on the dance floor – a simple yet not-so-common concept that Canadian musical band Dragonette delivers on her new single Twennies. Merging evocative electro beats with new-age pop, Dragonette brings together polarising ideas of nostalgia and future excitement in an enticing sound with intentions of letting loose.

Following the release of the uplifting song New Suit earlier this year, the artist continues to express her divided feelings when it comes to the inevitable changes needed to move forward from our past comforts into future novelties, and explores the idea of, as the singer-songwriter Martina Sorbara states, “the push and pull of progress versus nostalgia.” With an air of cool carelessness through the lyrics “The more I get it, The less I want it,” Twennies is a magnetic electro-pop hit with hints of acoustic drumming which tells all club-goers and party-enjoyers to seize the moment.

Known for her high-energy dance anthems, Dragonette teases the release of her highly-anticipated album titled Twennies, which will include the title-track as well as New Suit, set to drop October 28. Their first album release since 2016, Dragonette is set to provide us with reminiscent hits fusing acoustic and electronic sounds filled with vivacity and vibrancy, bound to make us all want to get up and dance.

Juliette Eleuterio
Shervin Lainez

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