Music: Paloma Faith
- Only love can hurt like this
- Do You Want The Truth or Something Beautiful? (2009)
- Fall to Grace (2012)
- A Perfect Contradiction (2014)
Paloma provides examples of:
- Album Title Drop: "Do You Want The Truth or Something Beautiful?", the title track of the album it's found on.
I fall to grace and into your arms
- "Freedom" contains this for her sophomore album:
- Anti-Love Song: "Can't Rely On You", "Trouble With My Baby."
- Ambiguous Situation: The "she" who stole Paloma's lover away from her in "New York"; it's not clear if she's talking about a woman, the city itself or even both.
- Breakup Song: "Smoke & Mirrors", "Let Me Down Easy", "Beauty of the End", "When You're Gone".
- Big Ol' Eyebrows: They're quite strikingly defined, which helps her vintage-inspired imagery.
- Bilingual Bonus: 'Paloma' means 'dove' in Spanish, so it's probably no surprise that the cover of ''Do You Want The Truth or Something Beautiful" features a pair of doves on it.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Very much like Lady Gaga in this regard, actually. Paloma definitely does enjoy wearing strange outfits on stage, but she really can sing.
- Celebrity Resemblance: To Billie Piper.
- The Chanteuse: Plays one in the "30 Minute Love Affair" video.
- Cloudcuckoolander: Just watch any of her interviews or appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks!
- Cover Version: Her cover of David Guetta's "Sexy Bitch" transforms the song into a slinky piano ballad, replacing 'bitch' with 'minx' as well as making some lyrical changes that are a bit more tasteful than the original ones.
- Additionally, she covers the soul classic "Let Me Down Easy" on Fall to Grace, as well as tackling the INXS hit "Never Tear Us Apart" for a John Lewis advert.
- Distaff Counterpart: She's basically like a female Noel Fielding: childish, an eccentric sense of fashion (two words: granny titties), a constant smile, and an off-beat personality. Then again, at some points on Buzzcocks, she's actually made Noel seem perfectly ordinary.
- Dream Team: Paloma joined Ceelo Green onstage at the 2011 Brits to perform his smash hit "Fuck You."
- She also lent her vocals to Basement Jaxx's "What's A Girl Gotta Do?".
- If her two appearances on Never Mind the Buzzcocks are anything to go by, she and NoelFielding are ''perfect'' for each other.
- Early Installment Weirdness: Before she became famous for a music career with technicolour outfits, she was in St Trinians - as the leader of the goths.
- The Edwardian Era / The Roaring Twenties: Were the main eras of inspiration behind the look and sound behind her first album.
- Following up on that token, her second album seems to take inspiration from The Forties, at least in its look.
- Evil Laugh: Lets one out on "Technicolor".
- Fading into the Next Song: "New York" fades into "Stargazer" on her first album.
- Gorgeous Period Dress: Her dress sense borrows numerous elements from 1940's glamour.
- Grow Old with Me: Played with on "Just Be";Let's get old together / let's be unhappy forever / cause there's no one else who that i'd rather be unhappy with
- Impractically Fancy Outfit: Many, but she definitely took it Up to Eleven with this little ensemble that had her flanked by two gigantic balloons.
- Mind Screw: Paloma plays a melting wax figure in her "Picking Up The Pieces" video.
- New Sound Album: While not a huge departure from her debut, Fall to Grace has been said to be influenced by everything from Hip Hop to Disco to Dupstep to "Chinese romantic cinema", of all things.
- Opera Gloves: Has been seeing wearing these.
- Record Producer: Feeling that her first album was a bit scattershot in sound because of its varied producers, Paloma enlisted Nellee Hooper (Björk, Massive Attack) to produce the bulk of Fall to Grace.
- Retreaux: Her first album, mostly.
- Stage Name: Subverted. Paloma Faith is part of her full name, which is Paloma Faith Blomfield.
- Must have been a deadly kiss