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article imageReview: Lola Dutronic's new Christmas single Special

By Tim Sandle     Dec 21, 2014 in Entertainment
Toronto - Christmas songs can be two-a-penny at this time of year. However, this year one song stands out from the others: an infectious dance number from Canadian pop pioneers Lola Dutronic.
There are many types of popular music but there is little that is as innovative, exciting and challenging, not to mention danceable, as the creative flair as the music of Lola Dutronic. The group have released another cracker, and if you'll excuse the pun, for Christmas. The track is titled "The Christmas Disco" and it is one to get you dancing in a club or around your bedroom (which ever is your fancy). It is also good to drive to.
The video of the track features a young girl dancing, clearly excited for Christmas. The video wasn't shot for the track specifically. Nonetheless, the girl's jumps match the beats of the disco number almost to perfection.
The track opens with the lyrics that signpost the mood of the song, which is to kick back and to have fun during the party season:
Hey everyone it's that time of year,
It's time for Christmas fun again,
Let's dance to all those cheesy records,
by Kylie, George and Boney M.
The video for the track is shown below:
Watching the video you'll pick up the infectious chorus, which runs:
So raise your hands for the Christmas disco,
Raise your hands for the Christmas disco,
We'll raise our hands for the Christmas disco,
And we're wishing you a Merry Christmas,
Oh well what the hell,
it's Christmas time,
it's Christmas time,
it's Christmas time.
The song will appear on forthcoming album Lost In Translation, which will be released early into 2015. The track is available as a digital download via Bandcamp.
Lola Dutronic are a bilingual electronic pop duo. The band consists of Toronto-based producer/composer/multi-instrumentalist Richard Citroen and Dusseldorf-based vocalist Stephanie B. In 2012 Digital Journal reviewed the band's pioneering album Everyone's A Star.
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