Roll Deep's new single, Picture Perfect, will be released on January 23rd 2012 and is the lead single taken from their fifth studio album, which will be released early next year. Picture Perfect also marks a new member for the group, Tania Foster, who provided guest vocals on the group's 2010 hit, Green Light.
The video for Picture Perfect sees Roll Deep at a holiday resort, filled with partygoers froilicking in the sea and mingling at a party.
The ever changing line of Roll Deep currently consists of: Wiley; Flow Dan; Scratchy; Breeze; DJ Karnage; Brazen; Manga; Target and J2K. In previous years, several members of Roll Deep have forged successful solo careers, including Dizzee Rascal and Tinchy Stryder. Founding member Wiley has also juggled a solo career in addition to working with the group.
Roll Deep's debut single, The Avenue, was released in 2005 but it wasn't until 2010 that they achieved mainstream success with their singles Good Times and Green Light. The group have also collaborated with singer and TV personality Alesha Dixon; Mark Ronson and Boy Better Know.
Roll Deep played Vodka Republic in Portsmouth and are set to appear in late December 2011 and once in January 2012.
Roll Deep's tour dates are listed below:
15th December 2011 Plug, Sheffield
21st December 2011 SBTV & Friends Xmas party (hosted by Roll Deep) @ Koko, London
21st January 2012 Play, Hereford
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