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Little Boots

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Little Boots

English electropop singer-songwriter add

Category: Music

Born in 1984.

Countries: United States (28%), United Kingdom (28%), (28%)

Main connections: Rolling Stone, Philip Oakey, Mondrian Hotel

Linked to: Tumblr, Artistdirect, Florence and the Machine, Girls Aloud

 

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Little Boots was born in 1984 add something


2006

Working with Ford in his London attic studio, the band issued a limited release of their debut single "The Treatment" in April 2006 on the record label High Voltage add something


2008

In early 2008 she began using the stage name Little Boots add something

 

Choosing a new musical direction, Hesketh left Dead Disco; they officially revealed their disbandment on their Myspace blog in December 2008 add something


2009

A week later, she performed at Oxegen 2009 on the Hot Press New Bands Stage, her first performance in Ireland add something

 

Also in 2009, the song "Meddle" was featured in an advertisement for Victoria's Secret add something

 

Between those appearances, she performed at Manchester Pride 2009, an LBGT pride event add something

 

Little Boots went on a five-city sold-out US tour in the autumn of 2009 in support of "Illuminations" add something

 

She was included on "Esquire" magazine's list of sixty "Brilliant Brits 2009", and was named a 2009 artist to watch by American magazine "Rolling Stone" add something

 

The "Hands" track "Click" was used in the twentieth episode of "The Vampire Diaries", "Blood Brothers", and in the sixteenth episode of "Melrose Place", "Santa Fe", which aired on 30 March 2010 add something

 

The following weekend she performed at T4 on the Beach 2009 on both the T4 and 4Music Stages add something

 

"Hands" was recorded in Los Angeles with Greg Kurstin and Joe Goddard, and by January 2009 she had begun to compile the album's track listings add something

 

On 4 March 2009, Little Boots appeared on late night television show "Last Call with Carson Daly" in the United States where she was interviewed by Daly and several clips from a Los Angeles nightclub performance were shown add something

 

Little Boots performed "Stuck on Repeat" using the Tenori-on on 11 May 2009 edition of "BBC Breakfast" add something

 

This was followed by an appearance on the BBC Radio 4 programme "Woman's Hour" on 27 May 2009 add something

 

On 5 June 2009, she appeared on Bebo music show "Beat", performing "New in Town" live in the studio add something

 

Irish Albums Chart - Her debut album, "Hands", released on 8 June 2009, peaked at number five on the UK Albums Chart and at number twenty on the Irish Albums Chart add something

 

On 9 June 2009, Boots released an EP entitled "Illuminations" in the United States and Canada add something

 

On 3 July 2009 Little Boots closed out "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" add something

 

Little Boots performed "Remedy" and a cover version of JLS' "Beat Again" as part of the Live Lounge segment of BBC Radio 1's The Jo Whiley Show on 19 August 2009 add something

 

In September 2009 she was scheduled to embark on a five-city North American tour to support the "Illuminations" EP. The following month she performed on the main stage at the Bestival 2009 in Downend, Isle of Wight add something

 

On 26 October 2009 Little Boots performed as the main act at "53 Degrees" in Preston, Lancashire add something

 

Philip Oakey - Also in 2009 Oakey collaborated with British female synthpop artist Little Boots on her first album "Hands", recording the duet track "Symmetry"

 

Barney Harwood - Guest appearance on CBBC show "TMi", 14 November 2009, alongside Little Boots


2010

The college's media studies, music technology and college magazine all got to work with her and "Sixth Sense", the college magazine, managed to get their second exclusive interview with Little Boots, which was published in January 2010 add something

 

In an interview with music website Artistdirect on 1 March 2010, Boots stated that her second album would be "rawer and a bit more down-to-earth add something

 

On 2 March 2010 Little Boots was scheduled to embark on a thirteen-date North American tour to coincide with the release of "Hands" there add something

 

The album was released in the United States on 2 March 2010, debuting at number seven in the Top Heatseekers chart add something


2011

On 1 May 2011, she performed at China Music Valley Music Festival in Beijing , during which she performed a new song called "Crescendo" add something

 

In late September 2011, Boots performed several old and new songs acoustically at the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles add something

 

One month later, on 24 October 2011, she released a mixtape called "Shake Until Your Heart Breaks" and announced that she would embark on an international DJ tour to promote her new material add something


2012

Sonically, she stated the album "definitely feels more representative of me of an artist, at least now in 2012 add something

 

Boots unveiled her third mixtape, "Into the Future", on 9 March 2012 via her official SoundCloud page add something

 

On 22 April 2012, "Every Night I Say a Prayer" was released as a free digital download and on limited 12" vinyl on 679 and Trax Records to coincide with Record Store Day add something


2013

Her second album is scheduled to be released sometime during 2013 add something

 

On 15 January 2013, Little Boots confirmed that her second album was completed, and it is due to be released in March 2013 add something

 

Popjustice reported on 18 January 2013 that one of the two songs that Little Boots released on vinyl under the pseudonym LB, titled "Superstitious Heart", surfaced online add something

 

On the weekend of 23 and 24 February 2013, Little Boots made several posts on social media directing people to follow her Instagram account for an update that would reveal the album's artwork, culminating with the post late on 24 February with the album's cover, with the title revealed to be "Nocturnes" add something

 

Her second album "Nocturnes" was released on 5 May 2013 add something

 

"Nocturnes" was released on 5 May 2013 via Digital download add something

 

The album will be released on vinyl on 20 May 2013 add something


2014

Little Boots released her fifth EP, "Business Pleasure", on 1 December 2014 add something


2015

It was announced that Little Boots will release her third studio album in 2015 add something

 

Little Boots announced in April 2015 that her third studio album "Working Girl" will be released on the July 10th, 2015 via On Repeat Records add something

 

Her third studio album, "Working Girl", was released in July 2015 via her own label, On Repeat Records add something

 

Electronica 1: The Time Machine - On 28 August 2015, details of the album and the title "Electronica volume 1 " were officially announced, together with the Little Boots track "If


2016

In June of 2016 Little Boots announced her sixth EP titled "After Hours" as a continuation of her Working Girl era add something

 

The lead single "Staring at the Sun" was released on worldwide on June 3rd, 2016 with the EP being released on June 17th, 2016 add something

 

In June 2016 Little Boots announced her sixth EP titled "After Hours" as a continuation of her Working Girl era add something

 

The lead single "Staring at the Sun" was released on worldwide on June 3, 2016 with the EP being released on June 17, 2016 add something


2018

Little Boots is expected to release her forthcoming seventh EP "Burn" on April 6th, 2018 add something

 

Little Boots is expected to release her forthcoming seventh EP "Burn" on April 6, 2018 add something