Paloma Faith is a British singer, actress and model. Widely known for her powerful voice, loopy personality and flashy wardrobe, Paloma initially found herself in the post-Amy Winehouse group of 2000's British soul, joining the good company of Adele, Florence Welch and Duffy.
Do You Want The Truth or Something Beautiful? (2009)
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?".
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.