Cazzette (stylized as CAZZETTE) is a Swedish electronic music duo, founded in 2011 by musicians Alexander Björklund and Sebastian Furrer. The duo is best known for the songs “Beam Me Up”, from the debut album Eject (2012), and “Sleepless” (2014) that charted in Sweden and certified gold. They have also performed with Swedish progressive house DJ Avicii at a live show in New York, on 27 September 2012 and again with Avicii as the guest act in Manchester on 20 February 2014. Early in 2015, the duo’s collaboration with Terri B!, a song entitled, “Blind Heart”, peaked at number one on the US Dance chart. On March 31, 2015, Cazzette announced on twitter that they have an EP titled Desserts in the works for a August 28, 2015 release. They also announced the first single off the EP: “Together”, it was released on May 29, 2015.
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