Little Boots returns with new EP, 'Burn', her most exciting release to date. A collaborative project of an entirely female talent, the record sees 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. The result is an electrifying fusion of forward thinking dance production and her trademark melodies and lyrics, which debuted at Number 1 in the Electronic Charts in the US, UK and Canada.

​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 most recently 'Working Girl’, as well as signing and developing up and coming talent. In 2017 she collaborated with the legendary Jean-Michel Jarre and co-wrote the lead single for his latest record, which received a Grammy nomination for Best Electronic Album.

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. From collaborating with dance royalty Maya Jane Coles, Hercules and Love Affair and Simian Mobile Disco, to her own decorated DJ career, highlights including her live set for Mixmag Lab which has clocked up over 1.4 million views, curating one of Space’s closing We Love party in Ibiza and spinning everywhere from Glastonbury to Valentino’s latest launch at Milan Fashion Week. Reflecting the freedom and control she now has over her own career – 'Working Girl' will be released by her own On Repeat imprint in a new partnership with LA-based dance indie Dim Mak– it is a conceptually-driven album about trying to live in a hyper-active, paranoid and posturing modern world.

Featuring collaborations with super-producer-of-the-moment Ariel Rechtshaid (Haim, Charli XCX), UK house don Grades, regular collaborator Simian Mobile Disco's Jas Shaw, Com Truise, and Jeppe Laursen (Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way'). The Blackpool-born songwriter has created a unique, brilliantly intoxicating sonic world on 'Working Girl' that places her back at the forefront of current dance sounds, and pulls at the parameters of pop whilst remaining true to its core.

Over the course of 11 songs, the listener is treated to spacious, spooked-out deep-house (the delicious title track as well as tension-filled dancefloor banger 'No Pressure'), 'Real Girl's glitching widescreen R&B (“debunking laughably unrealistic gender stereotypes"), throbbing nu-disco (the bass-heavy strut of empowerment anthem 'Get Things Done'), closer 'Better In The Morning's shuffling 90s pop (“about the walk of shame the morning after the night before”), and on the pristine ballad 'Help Too', a heart-wrenching ode to keeping your head above water (“don't you know I need help too?" she sighs throughout the glacial chorus).

Indebted to Hesketh's ongoing love affair with club culture and DJing, whereas the Tim Goldsworthy-produced 'Nocturnes' was a veritable celebration of dance music through the ages, with its upfront kicks and sub bass scowls, 'Working Girl' is clearly an album set in the here and now.