La Roux continues to preview her new album Trouble In Paradise ahead of its upcoming release. Following lead singles Let Me Down Gently and Uptight Downtown last month, La Roux performed two brand new songs, Cruel Sexuality and Kiss And Not Tell, at a concert in Toronto earlier this week.
Confirming earlier rumors, singer Elly Jackson told NME that she is no longer working with Ben Langmaid, the former production half of La Roux, due to “creative differences” and a “lack of understanding.” With a new live lineup, La Roux also played some old favorites from the group’s self-titled debut, such as In for the Kill, I’m Not Your Toy, Quicksand, and Bulletproof. Watch as they perform Cruel Sexuality and Kiss And Not Tell, a pair of delightful new dance numbers off the forthcoming album, below.
Trouble In Paradise is out July 8 via Polydor/Interscope.