Ladytron is a British electronic band formed in Liverpool in 1999. The band’s members are Helen Marnie (vocals, synthesizers), Mira Aroyo (vocals, synthesizers), Daniel Hunt (synthesizers, guitar, vocals), and Reuben Wu (synthesizers, guitar). They have released six studio albums and have become known for their unique blend of electro-pop, new wave, and synth-pop sounds.

Ladytron’s discography.


  1. 604 (2001) – This was Ladytron’s debut album and included the singles “He Took Her to a Movie” and “Playgirl”. The album was well-received by critics and helped establish the band’s signature sound.
  2. Light & Magic (2002) – This album continued to build on Ladytron’s unique sound and included the hit single “Seventeen”. The album received critical acclaim and helped establish the band as one of the leaders of the electro-pop genre.
  3. Witching Hour (2005) – This album marked a shift towards a more guitar-driven sound, while still retaining Ladytron’s signature electronic elements. The album included the singles “Sugar” and “Destroy Everything You Touch” and received critical acclaim.
  4. Velocifero (2008) – This album continued Ladytron’s exploration of a guitar-driven sound and included the singles “Ghosts” and “Runaway”. The album was also well-received by critics and helped further establish the band’s unique sound.
  5. Gravity the Seducer (2011) – This album saw Ladytron move in a more atmospheric direction and included the singles “White Elephant” and “Ace of Hz”. The album received mixed reviews but still showcased the band’s ability to evolve and experiment with their sound.
  6. Ladytron (2019) – This self-titled album marked the band’s return after an eight-year hiatus. The album included the singles “The Animals” and “Far From Home” and saw the band returning to their classic electronic sound.

In addition to their studio albums, Ladytron has also released several EPs, remix albums, and live recordings. They have also collaborated with other artists and remixed songs for bands such as Goldfrapp and Placebo.

Ladytron’s unique blend of electronic and guitar-driven sounds has helped them stand out in the crowded electronic music scene. With each album, they have continued to evolve their sound while still retaining their signature style. Their discography is a testament to their versatility and creativity, and they continue to be an influential force in the world of electronic music.