London - 7 July 2015
performance full of charm and wit"
event was held to kick of the launch of Little Boot’s third
Girl, or as she put it “Looks like she may be doing this
a living” (whispering no P45 yet).
This was another one of those great occasions when the support act is
you would go to see them as a headline act. Femme where unknown to
until the start of the gig and the band consists of: Femme –
Vocals, The Bullet Girls (BG Blonde + BG Brunette) – Backing Vocals,
Leading and Chromehatic Dancers and Arveene (The
Fever Boy) – DJ.
This was an energetic electropop/disco act with superb energy, a great
sound and excellent choreography. The set list included: Double
High, Shimmy Bango, Sirens,
Heartbeat, S.O.S (current
single) and Locoluvva.
The cover of Respect
excellent and the current single S.O.S
is a great dance number. Most entertaining. 7/10
Photos [L-R]: Femme, Femme, Little Boots, Little Boots
And so onto Little
Boots. With a set designed to resemble an office, complete
briefcase (hiding a laptop) and an aloe vera plant(!). It was another
excellent performance by Little Boots (Victoria Hesketh) and I could
only marvel at how she controlled (played) the Korg MS20 and added
effect to her vocals live (TC helicon). The performance was full of
charm and wit and the quality of the music was fantastic. 8/10
Set list: Intro,
Get Things Done,
New In Town,
Motorway, Confusion, Taste It, Stuck on Repeat,
Every Night I Say A
Shake, Better In The Morning.
Review + Photos: Mark Smith