Paloma Faith

Born 21 July 1985.
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Paloma Faith on the phone

CJ chats to Paloma Faith about her single with Pharrell.

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Biography

Paloma Faith (born Paloma Faith Blomfield; 21 July 1981) is an English singer-songwriter and actress, known for her unique, retro and eccentric style. In 2009, she released her debut album Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?, which was certified double Platinum in the United Kingdom. The album spawned two top 20 hits in the UK: "Stone Cold Sober" and "New York". In May 2012, Faith released her second studio album, Fall to Grace, which reached number two on the UK Albums Chart and has since been certified double-platinum in the UK. The first single, "Picking Up the Pieces", became Faith's highest charting single to date and first top ten in the UK. Faith released her third album, A Perfect Contradiction on 10th March 2014. In 2011, Faith was nominated for "British Female Solo Artist" at the BRIT Awards. In 2013, Faith received two nominations for "Best Female" and "Best British Album" at the BRIT Awards. Faith has also made feature film appearances in the 2007 remake St Trinian's, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus and Dread.

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BBC Reviews

  1. Review of Fall to Grace

    Fall to Grace 2012

    Reviewed by Nick Levine
    Proof that pop doesn't need to be grey and restrained to feel grown-up.
  2. Review of Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?

    Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful? 2009

    Reviewed by Mike Diver
    Perhaps she’s playing up, but one can’t fault the performance.