Music & Me: Little Boots
Victoria Hesketh - aka Little Boots - lets the Music Magazine into a few secrets!
Friday 12 June 2009
The first record I bought was?
Take That and Party
The first gig I went to was..
Foo Fighters at Manchester Apollo
My favourite album is?
Kate Bush - Lionheart
But my parents always liked?
Barbara Streisand, The Beatles & Simpley Red
I couldn’t marry someone who liked?
A rugby player
On stage I like to wear?
Sequins and stilettos
I’d love to perform with?
Philip Oakey from The Human League (which I did last week!)
One that must change in the music industry is?
A great album cover is?
Kate Bush Never Forever
On my iPod I listen most to?
If I could have written any song it would have been?
Don't Worry Baby by The Beach Boys
The worst song I’ve heard is?
Little Boots' new album, 'Hands', is out now
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