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Dragonette Embraces The Summertime Sadness On “Lonely Heart”

We try to live a life of no regrets, but Dragonette has a couple of em on their airy new single “Lonely Heart.”

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UPDATE // AUGUST 30: Dragonette dropped a dizzying music video for “Lonely Heart” (finally):






EARLIER // JUNE 16:

We try to live a life of no regrets, but Dragonette has a couple of em on their airy new single “Lonely Heart.”

Toronto’s electro-pop trio Dragonette produced a delicious cut in 2015 titled “Let the Night Fall,” but they managed to outdo themselves with their latest dreamy tune about how much “love *****.”

“Don’t care, no sweat. I’m gonna have the best night yet and I’ll go on and on,” the group’s very own singer-songwriter Martina Sorbara sings. “There’s a couple of things I regret and I’m in way over my head, I’m a little bit spent but I know I’m gonna get back up and do it again.”

Sorbara tells Spin:

When we started writing “Lonely Heart,” like most songs, we weren’t entirely aware of where it was leading us. But then, slowly, a kind of ‘covert sad song’ started to form. On the surface it’s almost a party tune, but if you follow it more closely it’s quite melancholic. But I think it’s the kind of melancholy that most people enjoy feeling. The kind that keeps you interesting.

Check out the newly-premiered lyric video below:



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