Little Boots releases new single – ‘Shake’

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Little Boots will release her new single ‘Shake’ on 14th November – the first track from her forthcoming second album, out next year. Boots arrived in 2009 as one of the most talked about breakthrough popstars in the world, erupting from the pulsing depths of clubland with the electro-pop classic ‘Stuck On Repeat’, going onto achieve big international success, world tours and her debut Top 5 album ‘Hands’. She remains one of the UK’s most important crossover dance-pop artists.

‘Shake’ is a monstrous modern disco epic. As powerful as it is enigmatic, the cavalcade of pounding kick drums and swirling analog synth tension turbo charge her return with an uncompromising energy. It’s tightly woven with those unmistakable hooklines and bewitching melodies that first catapulted Victoria Hesketh into the spotlight, reminding us exactly what we’ve been missing. It was constructed in one afternoon after a spontaneous liaison with Super-Producer, James Ford. “The song came in the latter stages of writing the new album,” Boots explains. “James and I had been emailing, and unusually both had a free day. It was one of those that just came out. Immediately it felt right. It also shed a new light on a lot of the other songs I’d been working on for the album.”

With no need for fanfare, ‘Shake’ is released on limited edition collector’s vinyl and digital download, a grassroots return for a true DIY superstar. True to form, it has been remixed by some of Boots’ favourite dance dons-of-the-moment, Azari & III and Crazy P.

To commemorate the release, the also acclaimed disc-spinner is about to embark on worldwide DJ tour, taking in destinations including New York, LA, San Francisco, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo and Beijing, before a huge ribbon-cutting warehouse blow-out in London featuring some of her DJ friends including ‘Shake’ co-creator James Ford, one of its remixers Crazy P, and notorious disco trouble makers Horse Meat Disco, Kris Di Angelis as well as various other surprises.
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