We have all heard La Roux from her hit Bulletproof and now she is back with her new album, Trouble in Paradise. Still sticking with her pop, electronic dance style, the vibe of her new album is much like her 2009 self-titled album that became such a hit. However, whereas her first album was so heavily influenced by electronica, Trouble in Paradise seems to be more toned down. Keyboardist and producer, Ben Langmaid left La Roux to be continued by Elly Jackson as a solo project. Jackson is sited to be playing the instruments for this album and the difference can be heard in a good way. No matter the change from her first album, you can still rely on this album to wake you up and get you going.
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RIYL: Marina and the Diamonds, Betty Who, Icona Pop