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Electro singer returns after almost 2 years away

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You can hear Little Boots' comeback single 'Shake' by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The track, which was given its radio debut last night (November 11), is the first to be taken from the singer's as yet untitled second studio album, which is due for release sometime in 2012.

Little Boots, whose real name is Victoria Hesketh, released her debut album 'Hands' in June 2009 and has been working on the follow-up for almost two years.

The electro singer has just completed a short tour, which saw her play a series of DJ sets and one acoustic performance in North America. She has not revealed what her touring plans are for the promotion of her second studio album as yet.

You can watch an interview with Little Boots from Glastonbury Festival in 2009 by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

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