UK: Little Boots and Tom Aspaul put themselves forward for next years Eurovision

Singer Little Boots and singer and UK jury member Tom Aspaul have spoken online about how they’d like to write a song for the UK for next year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

Writing on Twitter, Little Boots (real name Victoria Hesketh) said:

Tom has previously co-written songs for a number of artists including Kylie Minogue, Little Boots, aswell as co-writing Saara Aalto’s 2018 UMK song ‘Queens’.

Tom also released his debut album ‘Black Country Disco’ last year, collaborating with artists such as Kim Wilde and MNEK.

Aswell as singing, Tom was also part of the UK’s Eurovision jury this year, alongside UK Pop Idol judge Nicki Chapman, Michelle Gayle (Actor and Eurovision: Your Decision 2008 participant) Aisha Jawando (West End Actor) and Ross Gautreau (Co-founder of Songwriting company Karma Artists).

Little Boots has previously released songs including ‘New in town’ and ‘Remedy’ which both made the Top 20 in the UK charts (you can see these below).

Record label BMG helped choose the entrant and song for the UK this year and last year with James Newman’s ‘My Last breath’ and ‘Embers’. It’s currently unknown if this collaboration will continue.

What do you think to the news? What sort of song would you like to see the duo write? Let us know in the comments section below!

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