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Hear the follow-up to 2009 album 'La Roux' ahead of its official release

La Roux streams new album 'Trouble In Paradise' online

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La Roux's new album 'Trouble In Paradise' is streaming in full online.

The album is the long-awaited follow-up to Elly Jackson's self-titled 2009 debut and features recent single 'Uptight Downtown'. The album can be streamed via La Roux's website now ahead of its official release next week (July 21).

During the course of recording the LP, Jackson separated from musical partner Ben Langmaid, and recently told NME that "there wasn't a great deal of understanding" between them when it came to making new music.

La Roux will tour the UK in November. See below for ticket details.

La Roux will play:

Glasgow O2 ABC (November 5)
Leeds Metropolitan University (7)
Birmingham Institute (8)
Bristol O2 Academy (10)
Norwich UEA (14)
Oxford O2 Academy (15)
Manchester Ritz (16)


To check the availability of La Roux tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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