A fun uptempo electro pop dance song about having a good time with friends in a party. In the video, Pixie is surrounded by lots of people in a house party. In an interview with The Guardian, Pixie talked about the video of the song, she said: ” There were loads of interesting extras, weird indie boys and rude-boy gangstas. It’s got a dance routine. It’s unusual for a British performer to do singing and dancing, but it’s important if you’re a pop star to do everything. British artists might be more quirky but the massive global superstars, the American ones, are proper talented: they can sing, dance, act, entertain. It’s a different level of ambition.”
September 5, 2009
Mads Hauge – Phil Thomalley – Pixie Lott
UK – 1
Scotland – 5
Belgium – 3
In the UK, the song topped the Official Charts Company and was certified Silver by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI). ‘Boys and Girls’ peaked at number 67 in Australia, number 27 in Czech Republic and reached number 4 in Ireland. The song didn’t enter the charts in the US.
Artist’s age on Release Date:
Victoria Louise aka Pixie Lott was 18 years when she released this song.
Amesbury Boys & Girls.
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