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Paloma Faith reunites with Diane Warren for new collaboration

2 Jul

Paloma Faith has reunited with Diane Warren for a new collaboration.

Warren previously teamed up with Faith on “Only Love Can Hurt Like This,” taken from the artist’s third album, “A Beautiful Contradiction.” Produced by AC Burrell, the track peaked to number six on the UK Singles Chart.

Warren’s extensive resume boasts additional works with DeBarge (“Rhythm of the Night”), Toni Braxton (“Unbreak My Heart”), Joss Stone (“Bruised But Not Broken”), Jennifer Hudson (“I’ll Fight”), Lady Gaga (“Why Did You Do That?”) and Celine Dion (“Love Can Move Mountains”).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Faith’s upcoming fifth studio collection – which serves as follow-up to 2017’s “The Architect” – is expected to arrive later this year via Sony Music Entertainment UK.

The still-untitled project reportedly features additional contributions from Grades, Dave Okumu, MNEK, Tre Jean-Marie, Starsmith, Cleo Tighe, Stephan Moccio, Clarence Coffee Jr., RuthAnne, George Moore, and Mojam.

Stream the audio clip for “Only Love Can Hurt Like This” below.

 

Paloma Faith reunites with Starsmith for new collaboration

5 Jun

Paloma Faith has reunited with Starsmith for a new collaboration.

The British record producer and songwriter previously teamed up with Faith on “Crybaby,” “I’ll Be Gentle,” “Still Around” and “My Body,” taken from the artist’s 2017 album, “The Architect.”

Starsmith’s recent credits also include Jess Glynne’s “I’ll Be There,” Jessie Ware’s “First Time,” Cloves’ “Bringing the House Down,” Molly Kate Kestner’s “I Don’t Know,” and Rae Morris’ “Dancing with Character.”

For her next project under Sony Music Entertainment UK / RCA Records, Faith has also teamed up with Grades (Nao, Alina Baraz), Clarence Coffee Jr. (Dua Lipa, Olly Murs), Stephan Moccio (Maty Noyes, The Weeknd), RuthAnne (Jojo, Niall Horan) and George Moore (All Saints, Yebba Smith).

Watch the music video for “Crybaby” below.

Paloma Faith returns to the studio with Grades, George Moore

30 May

Paloma Faith has returned to the studio with George Moore and Grades.

Having signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music after co-writing and producing Kwabs’ “Perfect Ruin” and Yebba Smith’s “Evergreen,” Moore has also helmed four songs on All Saints’ upcoming album “Testament” – “Who Do You Love,” “No Issues,” “I Would,” and “Don’t Look Over Your Shoulder.”

Meanwhile, Grades recently produced and co-wrote M.O’s “Bad Vibe” alongside Dayo “Dyo” Olatunji and Scott “Babydaddy” Hoffman. The Lorna Blackwood-co-produced track peaked to number twenty on the UK Singles Chart.

Faith’s latest studio collection, “The Architect,” featuring singles “Cry Baby,” “Guilty” and the “Til I’m Done,” is is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

She also provided guest vocals on Sigala’s “Lullaby,” which peaked to number six on the UK Singles Chart. The track was co-written by Jess Glynne alongside Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett, Andrew “BullySongs” Bullimore, and Josh Record.

Watch the music video for “Lullaby” below.

Paloma Faith teams up with Sigala for new single “Lullaby”

23 Feb

British singer/songwriter Paloma Faith has teamed up with DJ and record producer Sigala (real name Bruce Fielder) for his new promotional single “Lullaby,” which is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by Atlantic recording artist Jess Glynne alongside Janee “Jin Jin” Bennett (Yebba Smith, Janelle Monae) and Andrew “BullySongs” Bullimore (Louisa Johnson, Ella Henderson).

As mentioned in earlier posts, Faith’s latest album “The Architect” – featuring promotional singles “Cry Baby,” “Guilty,” “‘Til I’m Done” and the John Legend-assisted “I’ll Be Gentle” – is out now via Sony Music Entertainment UK.

Meanwhile, Sigala’s upcoming project under Ministry of Sound / B1 Recordings reportedly yields further songwriting contributions from Dayo “Dyo” Olatunji, Caroline Ailin, Nate Campany, Gina Kushka, Chelcee Grimes, Sam Romans, Chiara Hunter, Grace Tither, Ilsey Juber, and Camille “Kamille” Purcell.

Stream the audio clip for “Lullaby” below.

Paloma Faith premieres music video for new single “Til I’m Done”

17 Feb

Paloma Faith has premiered the music video for her new single online.

The visual clip for “Til I’m Done” was posted to the British singer/songwriter’s Vevo channel on Friday (February 16, 2018).

The track was co-written by fellow recording artist John Newman alongside Wayne Hector, whose latest credits include Emeli Sande’s “Highs & Lows,” Little Mix’s “Nothing Else Matters,” Sunrise Avenue’s “I Help You Hate Me,” The Veronicas’ “On Your Side,” and Steps’ “You Make Me Whole.”

Production duties on “Til I’m Done” were handled by Thomas “Froe” Barnes, Benjamin Kohn and Peter “Merf” Kelleher of TMS, who have also contributed to the next projects by Rihanna, Astrid S, Nick Jonas, Raye, Louis Tomlinson, Mabel, Ella Henderson, Imani Williams, Ellie Goulding, Sabina Ddumba, Taya, Era Istrefi, Wens, Liv Dawson, Sigrid, Ryn Weaver, and Kranium.

Faith’s latest studio collection “The Architect” – featuring previous promotional singles “Crybaby” and “Guilty” – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Watch the music video for “Til I’m Done” below.

Paloma Faith releases new promotional single “Guilty”

26 Oct

Paloma Faith has released her new promotional single online.

“Guilty” is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

The track was co-written by fellow recording artist Ella Henderson alongside Wayne Hector, whose recent credits include Emeli Sande’s “Highs & Lows,” Little Mix’s “Nothing Else Matters,” Taya’s “When You’re Sober,” Kaiser Chef’s “Sunday Morning,” and Jones’ “Til We Get There.”

Production duties on “Guilty” were handled by regular collaborators TMS (aka Peter “Merf” Kelleher, Benjamin Kohn, and Thomas “Froe” Barnes), who have also contributed to the next projects by Maroon 5, Anne-Marie, Era Istrefi, Noah Cyrus, Louis Tomlinson, Alma, Sabina Ddumba, Calum Scott, Mabel, Jess Glynne, Ellie Goulding, Nick Jonas, and Rihanna.

As mentioned in earlier posts, Faith’s upcoming fourth album “The Architect” – featuring previous promotional single “Crybaby” – will on November 17 via Sony Music Entertainment UK / RCA Records Label.

The follow-up to 2014’s “A Perfect Contradiction” boasts further contributions from Starsmith, Lindy Robbins, Cleo Tighe, Jesse Shatkin, Knox Brown, Sia Furler, John Newman, Zak Abel, Carla Marie Williams, Klas Ahlund, Jin Jin, Francis “Eg” White, Samuel Dixon, and Cass Lowe.

Stream the audio clip for “Guilty” below.

Paloma Faith selects “Guilty” as new promotional single

22 Oct

Paloma Faith has announced the details of her new single.

The British singer/songwriter christened “Guilty” as the second promotional cut from her upcoming fourth album, “The Architect,” which will arrive on November 17 via Sony Music Entertainment UK / RCA Records Label.

The track was co-written by fellow recording artist Ella Henderson alongside Thomas “Froe” Barnes, Benjamin Kohn and Peter “Merf” Kelleher of TMS, who also teamed up with Faith on Sigma’s hit single “Changing.”

In addition to co-writing and producing “Till I’m Done” and “I’ll Be Gentle” on “The Architect,” TMS have also worked on the next projects by Maroon 5, Anne-Marie, Era Istrefi, Noah Cyrus, Louis Tomlinson, Alma, Sabina Ddumba, Calum Scott, Mabel, Jess Glynne, Ellie Goulding, Nick Jonas, and Rihanna.

The London-based trio’s recent songwriting and production credits include Niall Horan’s “On My Own,” Justine Skye’s “Don’t Think About It,” Naughty Boy’s “One Chance to Dance,” Dua Lipa’s “Bad Together,” Zac Samuel’s “Play it Cool,” Louisa Johnson’s “Best Behabviour,” and Craig David’s “Change My Love.”

Faith current single “Crybaby” – which was co-written with Lindy Robbins, Cleo Tighe, and Finlay “Starsmith” Dow-Smith – is now available via iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google Play, Tidal and all other digital streaming platforms.

Watch the music video for “Crybaby” below.