La Roux announce new single details

Follow-up to 'Bulletproof' is out this September

La Roux announce new single details
La Roux are to release 'I'm Not Your Toy' as their next single.

Taken from the duo's recently-released self-titled debut album, the track is the follow-up to 'Bulletproof', which topped the UK singles chart in June.

'I'm Not Your Toy' is released on September 28 on CD, seven-inch vinyl, picture disc and download formats.

La Roux headline the Festival Republic stage at this year's Reading And Leeds Festivals. They also tour the UK and Ireland this November.

La Roux will play:

Dublin Academy (November 12)
Leeds University Stylus (13)
Newcastle University (14)
Glasgow ABC (16)
Nottingham Rock City (17)
Birmingham 02 Academy (18)
Bristol O2 Academy (20)
Manchester Warehouse (21)
Norwich UEA (22)
Southampton Guildhall (24)
London Shepherds Bush Empire (25, 26)

To check the availability of La Roux tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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