Making headlines and chart topping hits since she first emerged in 2008, Little Boots won the respected BBC Sound Of poll and a Brits Critics Choice nomination just a year later. Fusing massive pop hooks onto otherworldly electronic soundscapes it showed a pop star willing to experiment, and her debut album 'Hands' reached the top 5 in the UK album chart and was quickly certified Gold. Her electrifying live show gained a reputation, pushing boundaries with ground breaking instruments and synthesizers such as the Tenori-on and Laser Harp, culminating in memorable live performances at Glastonbury and Coachella to name a few.
Freeing herself of the major label machine she went on to found her own label On Repeat Records and independently released various EPs and two more critically acclaimed albums - 2013’s ‘Nocturnes’ and her last full length LP 'Working Girl’.
As a DJ her ties with the dance culture are deep and long-running. From her first legendary white label release 'Stuck On Repeat’, produced by Joe Goddard, to gracing Mixmag's cover, it's hard to think of another popstar to have garnered anywhere near as much credibility from the dance world's inner-circle. Her live DJ set for Mixmag Lab has clocked up almost 2 million views, and she has spun everywhere from Glastonbury to Ibiza’s Pacha to Valentino’s latest launch at Milan Fashion Week.
Her EP 'Burn', which debuted at Number 1 in the Electronic Charts in the US, UK and Mexico last year, was a pioneering collaborative project of an entirely female and femme talent, which saw her sound shift even closer to the dance floor, claiming a darker, more atmospheric territory inspired by her recent DJ sets, whilst retaining Victoria’s signature pop sensibilities.
Little Boots dives further into the club on her latest release ‘Jump’, chronicling her relocation to her new home of Los Angeles and constant DJ tours that have taken her all across the globe. A prolific talent who’s masterfully thrived in both pop and electronic spaces alike, words alone don’t do justice for a talent praised by the Los Angeles Times as “one of the U.K.'s most interesting pop stars."