Radio.com talked to Jackson about how she could never write songs the way Taylor Swift does, latent sexism in the music press and her epic disappointment that the future turned out nothing like sci-fi from the 1970s promised it would.
The last time we left La Roux, the British singer had scored a breakthrough hit in the U.S., with “Bulletproof” hitting the top 10 in the country, all the while scoring three sizable hits in her homeland.
The art of delayed gratification in a music video is not one that is often practiced these days, but it is the crux of the first visuals we get from La Roux’s long-delayed return to music.
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[lastfm]La Roux[/lastfm] is the british pop star made famous in the U.S. with her hit single ‘Bulletproof’. The next single she is promoting, titled ‘In For The Kill’, just got better with a verse from […]
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