Little Boots watched by her mum at Glastonbury show

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Little Boots invited her whole Glastonbury audience out for a party tonight (June 26) after a show she hailed as "life-changing".

The hotly-tipped electro-pop singer's set got such a good reception on the John Peel Stage at 6.45pm (BST) that she was moved to invite her audience to a party at the heart of the festival.

She will DJ at the Stonebridge Bar at 1pm early Saturday evening (June 27).

"Thank you so much Glastonbury," she said told the audience after her cover of Freddie Mercury and Giorgio Moroder's classic hook-up 'Love Kills'. "It’s been such a life-changing experience. What are you all doing later? Wanna come to a party? I'm DJing later."

Earlier on, Victoria Hesketh dedicated new forthcoming single 'Remedy' to her mum, who was in the audience. "She's come all the way from Blackpool and she doesn’t like mud," she said.

Little Boots played:

'Every Little Heartbeat'
'Meddle'
'New In Town'
'Click'
'Mathematics'
'Perfect Symmetry'
'Remedy'
'Love Kills'
'Stuck On Repeat'


Watch our video interview with Little Boots at Glastonbury 2009:



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