10 Facts About Dragonette


Dragonette is a Canadian electronic music band from Toronto, Ontario, formed in 2005.

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Dragonette released a self-titled EP in 2005 before being signed to Mercury Records and relocating to London, where they recorded and released their debut studio album, Galore, in August 2007 to moderate critical appreciation.

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Dragonette relocated to London to record their debut studio album, Galore, released on August 6,2007, and toured the UK supporting local acts, including Basement Jaxx and Sugababes and played headline gigs in small venues across the UK and Canada.

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Dragonette filmed two music videos, one for "Jesus Doesn't Love Me" and another for "I Get Around".

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Dragonette received a nomination for New Group of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2008.

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Dragonette have collaborated with several house DJs for releases, to varying degrees of success.

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Solveig and Dragonette won the Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year for "Hello" in April 2012.

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In 2011, Dragonette worked with Girls Aloud member Nicola Roberts, co-writing and producing the single "Lucky Day" for her debut solo album Cinderella's Eyes.

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On June 21,2012, Dragonette announced the title of their third studio album, Bodyparts, which was released on September 22,2012.

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In 2014, Dragonette collaborated with Dutch producer and DJ Mike Mago on the single "Outlines".

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