The LP - released on October 18 - features ten new tracks including her new single 'Broken Arrow'.
Other new songs include the Jason Derulo duet 'Coming Home', a cover of Kings of Leon's 'Use Somebody' and the RedOne-produced 'Rolling Stone'.
It is thought that the majority of the new tracks will serve as her debut album in the US, with 'Boys and Girls' as the first single.
Lott's original Turn It Up has sold over half a million copies in the UK.
The ten new tracks featured on Turn It Up Louder along with their full production credits are listed below:
- 'Use Somebody' - Mark Bishop, Pixie Lott, Al Shux
- 'When Love Takes' - Phil Thornally, Pixie Lott, Mads Hauge, Jon Green, Tom Meadows, Phil Thornalley, Everton Nelson, Warren Zielinski, Bruce White, Ian Burdge, Sally Herbert
- 'Without You' - Harvey Mason, Pixie Lott, Andrew Hey, Rob Knox, David Boyd, Dave Russell, Michael Daley, Angela N. Golightly, Dabling Harward
- 'Rolling Stone' - Pixie Lott, RedOne, Johnny Severin, Rob Orton
- 'Want You' - Deekay, Pixie Lott, Tim McEwan, Obi, Josh Except, L. Jensen, M.M. Larsson
- 'Broken Arrow' - Pixie Lott, Toby Gad, Mark Pusey, Oliver Weeks, Jay Reynolds
- 'Coming Home' - James Reynolds, Pixie Lott, Jason Derulo, Sirach Charles, Kassa Alexandra, Victoria Akintola
- 'Doing Fine (Without You)' - Chris Braide, Pixie Lott, James Reynolds, Tim Debney
- 'Can't Make This Over' - John Shanks, Pixie Lott, Jeff Rothschild, Chris Barrett, Charles Judge, Dan Chase, Eve Nelson, Shari Sutcliffe
- 'Catching Snowflakes' - Pixie Lott, Fred Ball, Teemu Brunila, Jay Reynolds, Mark Pusey, Fabien Waltmann, Paul Canning, Marli Harwood