Dragonette Returns With Summery Party Anthem “Let The Night Fall”: Idolator Premiere
After releasing a string of club-conquering collaborations (“Outlines” with Mike Mago and Big Data feature “Get Some Freedom” were particularly memorable), Dragonette returns with their first non-assisted single in two years. And it’s an absolute beauty. In fact, “Let The Night Fall” (due June 16) could be the Canadian electro-pop trio’s most euphoric cut since 2009 gem “Pick Up The Phone.”
Martina, Dan and Joel have concocted a near-perfect summer jam with soaring synths and fuzzy lyrics about being young and carefree. “We step it up when the sun goes down, let the night fall,” the group’s frontwoman sings in the infuriatingly catchy chorus. “No matter what we’re not stopping now, let the night fall.” Dragonette released their their LP Bodyparts in 2012. “Let The Night Fall” is hopefully the first taste of album number four.
Dragonette’s “Let The Night Fall”:
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