Broken Record - Little Boots - Nocturnes (File, Album)
Label: On Repeat Records - none • Format: 10x, File AAC, Album 256 kbps • Country: UK & US • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Synth-pop, Europop, Disco
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Mar 18, · “ Broken Record ” is the third single off the second studio album by English singer and songwriter Little Boots titled Nocturnes. Produced by Tim Goldsworthy.
News Added Feb 25, Nocturnes is the second studio album by English recording artist Little Boots. Submitted By Victor Track list: Added Feb 25, 1.
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May 05, · Album · · 10 Songs. 10 Songs, 50 Minutes Preview. Nocturnes Little Boots Pop ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Motorway 2 Confusion 3 Broken Record 4 Shake 5 Beat Beat 6 Every Night I Say a Prayer 7 Crescendo 8 Strangers 9.
As the title suggests, Little Boots ' release, Nocturnes, is a sultry, late-night, slow burn of an album that finds the British electronic diva building upon the anthemic dance-oriented sound of her debut Hands.
Nocturnes £ Little Boots aka Victoria Hesketh returns with her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Nocturnes – a powerful record of irresistible hooks and accomplished songwriting that celebrates 90s house, seventies disco and futuristic electronics, produced by Tim Goldsworthy, James Ford and Andy Butler.
May 08, · Many reviews of her just-released sophomore album, Nocturnes, have noted that she should be inside with the cool kids. Hesketh’s music, while darker than your average club track, is at .
Said to have been the blue-print for the direction of Nocturnes, it slots elegantly inbetween ‘Broken Record’ and – what will hopefully be a future single – ‘Beat Beat’. The latter is an instantly memorable highlight and makes a worthy substitute for Little Boots’ .