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Stunning

This is a great advert for british music from one of the most creative artist around. Paloma draws you on lyrically, keeps you musically and drains you emotionally. Paloma doesn't just sing this she tells a story through this song. This is simply amazing and one of the best songs if not the best song of the year. Well done Paloma can't wait for the album

Raw, Uncut, To-The-Heart Stuff

Paloma returns with a brilliant ballad coomeback. Great tune, fantastic lyrics, beautiful voice, brilliant ballad.

Amazing song, what a comeback!!!

Absolutely cracking tune!!! Love blasting this out!!!!!!! Deserves to be number one :)

Biography

Born: 21 July 1981 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A familiar presence on the London underground circuit for several years, the multi-talented Paloma Faith eventually broke into the mainstream thanks to her theatrical image and retro-soul sound. Born in Hackney to a Spanish father and English mother, she earned a degree in contemporary dance at university before studying for an M.A. in time-based arts at St. Martins College. At the age of 18, she made her debut on the cabaret scene, singing in a covers band called Paloma & the Penetrators, before...
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Picking Up the Pieces - EP, Paloma Faith
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  • £1.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Rock
  • Released: 18 May 2012

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