Little Boots: 'I'm doing nearly all the UK festivals this summer!'

She tells NME.COM her plans during SXSW festival

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Little Boots has told NME.COM she will play the majority of major UK festivals this summer.

You can watch a video interview with the star by scrolling down now.

Speaking about this year's festivals, she said: "We're doing nearly all of them except for V. We're doing Glastonbury, T In The Park, Reading And Leeds, Bestival."

The star, who was speaking to NME.COM at the Austin, Texas South By Southwest festival, also said she hopes her early fans don't think she's sold out as she's gotten more popular.

"A lot of people who have been on board for a while and like the songs off the blogs and stuff are bound to get on a whole 'Oh, she's sold out, she's gone pop' thing, but I've always been honest about that I wanted to do from the start," she explained.

"I've always said that I wanted to make a big pop record, so I really hope that I've achieved that and that people who liked it in the early days see that and stick with me for doing what I wanted to do."


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