Lucky Twice

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Lucky Twice
Origin Sweden
Genres eurodance
Years active 2006–Present
Labels Family Tree Music
Website www.luckytwice.com
Members Hannah Reynold (born in 1991)
Emelie Schytz
Past members Sofie Larsson (born in 1990) (2006-2007)

Lucky Twice is a Swedish pop music duo consisting of Hannah Reynold (born 25 November 1991) and Emelie Schytz (born 3 April 1992). They are signed to Family Tree Music in Sweden. Their manager is Victoria Ekeberg, who has success with September, Gathania and Nexx.

Their first single, "Lucky", was released in Spain on July 20, 2006 through Vale Music. It went to number 1 in the singles chart and was certified double platinum. Their album Young & Clever was released in June 2007 and was followed on July 23 by the single "Hop Non Stop".

"Lucky" has also hit the charts in Denmark (# 5), France (# 8), Finland (# 17), Germany (# 41), Austria (# 42) and Sweden (# 43). Despite some video rotation, press interest and a performance at G-A-Y in London, the release of the CD single was cancelled in the United Kingdom after some record label complications. The song has reached a cult-like status within U.K bars and nightclubs.[citation needed]

Originally Lucky Twice consisted of Hannah Reynold and Sofie Larsson. However, in 2007, Larsson left Lucky Twice to join the Twisters, a band she formed with her brother. Larsson was replaced by Schytz soon after, and Lucky Twice rerecorded their old material with Schytz, as well as some new songs, including the song "Love Song", which was due to be released as a single in 2009.

In early 2010, Lucky Twice decided to split up.

On October 17th, 2012, Victoria Ekeberg, the producer of Lucky Twice, announced on her official website that the duo will be releasing new material soon. Currently, it is unclear who the members of Lucky Twice will be and when their new material will be released.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

Year Title Chart positions
SPA FIN AU GER SWE FR DK
2006 "Lucky"
1
17
42
41
43
8
5
2007 "Hop Non Stop"
20
-
-
-
-
-
-
"The Lucky Twice Song"
24
-
-
-
-
-
-
2009 "Love Song"

Notes[edit]

  • [*] Current in charts

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