Boys & Girls (Martin Solveig song)

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"Boys & Girls"
Single by Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette
from the album C'est la Vie (Definitive Edition) and Fixin to Thrill
Released October 5, 2009
Format CD single, 12 inch
Genre Electronica
Length 3:44
Label D:vision Records, Mercury Records, Mixture Stereophonic
Writer(s) Martin Solveig
Producer(s) Martin Solveig
Martin Solveig singles chronology
"Boys & Girls"
Dragonette singles chronology
"Pick Up the Phone"
"Boys & Girls"
Music video
"Boys & Girls" on YouTube

"Boys & Girls" is a song performed by French electronic music DJ and producer Martin Solveig featuring Canadian electropop group Dragonette. It was released as the fourth and last single from Solveig's third studio album, C'est la Vie on October 5, 2009.

Music Video[edit]

In the studio of Jean-Paul Gaultier in Paris (with an appearance of the fashion creator in the beginning), in a black and white clothes univer, Martin Solveig and the lead singer from Dragonette, Martina Sorbara play cat and mouse. They dance with mannequins and then climb on the roof of the studio with the landscape of Paris.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Boys & Girls (Original Edit)" - 3:44
  2. "Boys & Girls (Extended Mix)" - 6:23
  3. "Boys & Girls (David E. Sugar Remix - MS Edit)" - 5:29
  4. "Boys & Girls (Les Petits Pilous Remix)" - 4:29
  5. "Boys & Girls (Laidback Luke Remix)" - 5:38
  1. "Boys & Girls (Extended Mix)" - 6:23
  2. "Boys & Girls (Bart B. More "Dans Tes Rave" remix)" - 6:48
  3. "Boys & Girls (Laidback Luke Remix)" - 5:38
  4. "Boys & Girls (Laidback Luke Dub)" - 5:38


  • Written, composed and produced by Martin Solveig for Mixture Stereophonic
  • Published by Dragonette Publishing and Temps D'Avance
  • Lead vocals and backing vocals by Martin Solveig and Martina Sorbara
  • Instruments and programming by Martin Solveig
  • Mixed by Philippe Weiss at Studio Davout, Paris
  • Mastered by Tom Coyne at Sterling Sound, New York City


Chart (2009) Peak
France (SNEP)[3] 17