Around 250 people showed up at the Button Factory Tuesday night to see the Norwegian artists Dagny and Lemaitre play.

Who are they?

The 28-year old Norwegian girl Dagny is from all the way up in the northern part of Norway, a city called Tromsø. Her pop music has an enthusiastic edge and a positive vibe in her songs and lyrics. She encourages confidence and a happy view of life. She has almost three million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Dagny at the Button Factory. Image credit: Petter Pettersen

Dagny at the Button Factory. Image credit: Petter Pettersen

The electronic Duo Lemaitre is from Oslo. Ketil Jansen and Ulrik Denizou Lund formed the group in 2010. Their music is mainly electro based, but they also have a groovy pop vibe with strong vocals. They have over a million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Lemaitre. Image credit: Petter Pettersen

Lemaitre. Image credit: Petter Pettersen

This was their first concert on their co-tour. Dublin was a wildcard, according to one of the crewmembers. But even on a Tuesday night, that didn’t stop the crowd from loosening up, sing along and have a good time.

Gave the audience a great show

With her blond hair, Dagny entered the stage with a great jubilation, in a signal-pink suit, ready to rock. With her excellent band, they played several songs, including her hits like ‘Love You Like That’, ‘Wearing Nothing’ and ‘Drink About’, which she has recorded with another Norwegian artist Seeb.

Dagny with her band. Image credit: Stine Ødegård

Dagny with her band. Image credit: Stine Ødegård

From pop to electro house music, Lemaitre made a smooth transition to their show. A glowing microphone stand and eye-catching glow details on their instruments made a spectacular show. ‘Closer’, ‘Higher’, and ‘Stepping Stone’, were some of the songs they played.

Glow effects on Lemaitres concert. Image credit: Petter Pettersen

Glow effects on Lemaitre’s concert. Image credit: Petter Pettersen

Dublin was the first stop on their co-tour. They are also going to play in countries like UK, France, Netherlands, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany in the upcoming month.