Tag: Paloma Faith

PALOMA FAITH, BBC Radio Theatre – Evening Standard, 10 Nov 2017

Though she made her live return wearing the colours of the EU flag and compared her imminent fourth album to Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On, Paloma Faith insisted that her new music is only political with a small p. The Architect, out next week, even features a cameo from political journalist Owen Jones (not to mention John Legend and Samuel… Read more →

SIGMA interview – Evening Standard, 13 March 2015

Three is the magic number for dance duo Sigma, who are gunning for their third No 1 single in a row. Their latest drum and bass banger. Higher, featuring Labrinth, follows Changing, starring Paloma Faith, and Nobody to Love, a reworking of a Kanye West song — 100mph blasts of euphoria all. “There are definitely expectations for this next song,”… Read more →

PALOMA FAITH interview – Evening Standard, 29 Aug 2014

Five years since she first slunk onto the pop scene with that big red hair and even bigger voice, you might think that Paloma Faith now feels like part of the furniture — albeit an elaborately upholstered designer chaise longue that no one is permitted to sit on. So it’s surprising that some of her ambitions are only now getting… Read more →

PALOMA FAITH WITH THE GUY BARKER ORCHESTRA, Barbican – Evening Standard, 25 Oct 2013

Paloma Faith used to sing cabaret tunes to a backing tape and imagine an orchestra behind her. Two double-platinum albums later, her dream is a reality. The latest of the Hackney star’s semi-regular collaborations with the Guy Barker Orchestra was the most ambitious, with 46 musicians on stage and a bit of overlap with her arena shows. You don’t often… Read more →

PALOMA FAITH – Evening Standard 11 May 2012

  So is Paloma Faith a diva or not? As she totters into her Portobello Road members club, a vision in salmon pink on skyscraping heels, bottle-red corkscrew hair billowing, an hour late for our scheduled rendez-vous, it certainly feels that way. But then it’s all double-cheek kisses and gushing apologies in an extraordinary speaking voice (a second career as… Read more →