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It was announced on 7 March 2009 that Alphabeat had signed a new record deal with Polydor Records.
The band's manager said, "We are thrilled to be signing to one of the UK's most successful record companies, and looking forward to achieving even more success with the band and Polydor in the coming years." The album was released as The Spell in Denmark on 26 October 2009, where it charted at number five and was certified gold in less than two months of release.
Alphabeat are a Danish pop band from Silkeborg, fronted by singers Stine Bramsen and Anders SG and signed to Polydor Records.
Their single "Fascination" was a major hit in Denmark during the summer of 2007 and a significant hit in the United Kingdom in 2008.
The second UK single, "Hole in My Heart", was released on 22 February 2010, debuting at number twenty-nine on the UK Singles Chart.
Alphabeat's third studio album, Express Non-Stop, was released on 24 September 2012. Two more singles, "X-Mas (Let's Do It Again)" and "Show Me What Love Is" were released from the album before the band went on hiatus to focus on side projects in 2013.
In the same year, the band was planning to play select shows with American singer Katy Perry on her 2008 world tour.
The band was previously named Sodastar, but this was changed to avoid confusion with a German band.
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Alphabeat made their UK debut at Monto Water Rats in May 2007 and later that year embarked on their first UK tour (The Wolfbaggin' tour), supporting Lil Chris and Daniel Powter.
They were offered the chance to open for the Spice Girls during their 2007–08 Return of the Spice Girls tour, but declined the opportunity, feeling that it would be "too weird" to suddenly play in front of a 23,000 audience unfamiliar with the band's music.