Let It Go

Album: Let It Go (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • This is the title track from the Canadian electropop group Dragonette's third album. The song was released on iTunes on April 3, 2012.
  • The song's music video sees singer Martina Sorbara dancing around a laboratory and being studied by scientists. Describing the clip, the band said: "The creeps in this video will go to great extremes to ensure you're always happy, even if it means leeching happiness from other unsuspecting humans and condensing it into pills to feed to you. These weirdos think you need help keeping your thoughts light and your mind vacant. We think you should Let It Go."

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