Dragonette have a new collaboration out today on SOURCE/Spinnin’ Records with DADA & Paul Harris called “Red Heart Black.”
‘Red Heart Black’ is a tempting dance record, incorporating indie pop sentiments with amazing vocal work by Martina Sorbara. Hopefully, it’ll be enough to tide over Dragonette fans until the band’s Canadian winter tour, which kicks off in Montreal on November 27th.
Dragonette is famous for their international hit songs “Hello” with Martin Solveig and “Outlines” with Mike Mago, as well as their own hits “Let it Go,” “I Get Around,” “Live In This City” and “Fixin to Thrill.” They have toured with Major Lazer and Miike Snow, played to packed crowds at world-class festivals such as Coachella, and performed everywhere from France to Manila. Following their 2012 LP Bodyparts, the trio from Toronto are currently putting the finishing touches on their as-yet-untitled fourth album, and “Let The Night Fall” is the first taste of that work. An anthem to overnight euphoria informed by their appearances at numerous dance festivals, the song segues perfectly from their work with Dance Music’s brightest lights into Dragonette’s more complex world. The upcoming fourth album is expected for release in Spring 2016.
Nov. 27 @ Corona Theatre, MONTREAL, QC
Nov. 28 @ Maxwell’s, WATERLOO, ON
Nov. 29 @ Danforth Music Hall, TORONTO, ON
Dec. 05 @ Pyramid, WINNIPEG, MB
Dec. 06 @ O’Brien’s Centre, SASKATOON, SK
Dec. 08 @ Starlite Room, EDMONTON, AB
Dec. 09 @ Marquee, CALGARY, AB
Dec. 11 @ The Vogue, VANCOUVER, BC
Dec. 12 @ Sugar, VICTORIA, BC