"Boys & Girls" is a song recorded by French DJ and record producer Martin Solveig featuring Canadian synthpop group Dragonette. It was released on 28 September 2009 as the first single from the reissue of Solveig's third studio album, C'est la Vie (2008), subtitled the Definitive Edition (2009). The song also appears on Solveig's fourth studio album, Smash (2011), and as a bonus track on the Australian edition of Dragonette's second studio album, Fixin to Thrill (2009).
The music video for "Boys & Girls" was directed by Tristan Séguéla and shot at French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier's boutique in Paris, with Gaultier himself making a cameo appearance. In the video, Solveig and Dragonette lead singer Martina Sorbara are seen dancing with several men and women wearing black and white clothes. At one point, Solveig chases Sorbara to the rooftop of the boutique overlooking Paris, where they dance for a while.