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The Only Love Can Hurt Like This singer will play 12 dates across the UK next year, starting at Leeds First Direct Arena on 2 March, before taking in cities such as Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester and London, before culminating at Birmingham’s Genting Arena on 21 March. You can find all of the details of the tour below.
Paloma Faith is the only British female artist this decade (other than Adele) to have her last three albums go double platinum in the UK, with each selling more than the last.
Her first album, Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful includes the singles Stone Cold Sober and New York. Her most recent release, 2014’s A Perfect Contradiction, featured the songs Can’t Rely On You, Ready for the Good Life and included a special edition release that added three new tracks, including a rearranged version of “Changing”, Paloma’s collaboration with drum and bass DJ Sigma.
Now, her long-awaited return to music is here with the release of her euphoric new single, Crybaby. This is her first record since giving birth to her first child.
The Architect, Paloma’s first album since in three years, will follow later this year, ahead of her brand new arena tour next March.
Full tour dates below:
2 March 2018 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
3 March 2018 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
5 March 2018 – BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
6 March 2018 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
8 March 2018 – Manchester Arena
9 March 2018 – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
11 March 2018 – Bournemouth International Centre
12 March 2018 – Brighton Centre
14 March 2018 – The O2, London
17 March 2018 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
20 March 2018 – Echo Arena, Liverpool
21 March 2018 – Genting Arena, Birmingham
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