Paloma Faith returned, releasing her first single in 3 years with ‘How You Leave A Man’

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Gearing up for another monumental chapter, British superstar Paloma Faith has returned with the release of her brand new single and video ‘How You Leave A Man.’ The single precedes the 16th February release of Paloma‘s sixth studio album ‘The Glorification of Sadness’ via RCA Records

She excitedly heralds the highly anticipated album with new song ‘How You Leave A Man’, offering fans a taste of what to expect from the upcoming new album – listen HERE. Produced by award winning producer and composer Martin Wave and co-written with JKash, Andrew Wells, Ellie King and Charlie Puth. It has ALL the makings of a new era of Paloma. It’s confident. It’s cinematic. It’s empowering. It’s compelling from beginning to end, all powered by the kind of anthems that transformed her into an icon. The single is about finding the confidence to walk away from a relationship and being empowered with your own happiness, its limitless expression of pop allows it to sit comfortably next to Paloma‘s many chart successors and then some. 

But ‘The Glorification of Sadness’ is more than an album about relationships. The celebration of finding your way back after leaving a long term relationship, being empowered even in your failures and taking responsibility for your own happiness. It is her most personal album to date, drawing on her own experiences with Paloma acting as the anchor to direct a deeply personal narrative and album.

This is the first new music from Paloma since the release of her fifth studio album ‘Infinite Things’ in November 2020 and is the first time in her career where she has executively produced a record. The album is produced by Swedish born but LA native Martin Wave who made a name for himself within the Hollywood film space. Having started work together on a track for the new album and enjoying Martin’s cinematic style production he quickly became a cornerstone of the album. It also features collaborators Chase & Status, Kojey Radical, Maverick Sabre, Lapsley, MJ Cole, Fred Cox, Amy Wadge, Liam Bailey and Jaycen Joshua‘The Glorification of Sadness’ is available for pre-order at all physical and digital retailers and will be released on the 16th February via RCA Records.  Pre-order here.

Fans will also be delighted to hear that, to celebrate this next era in style, Paloma will embark on the ‘The Glorification Of Sadness Tour 2024’ a 26-date tour across UK & Ireland. The 26 date tour kicks off in Reading, with a headline show at The Hexagon and includes a headline show at London’s Eventim Apollo concluding with a show in Lincoln. Tickets go on sale from the 20th October.

Thinking: Faith hasn’t been busier enough, in recent years. She’s released five albums, a flourishing acting career including a role as Bet Sykes in the Batman prequel series Pennyworth and starring as Florence De Regnier in Lionsgate’s Dangerous Liaisons; ambassadorships for Greenpeace and Oxfam and more recently launched her own interior brand called Paloma Home.

This is a new Paloma Faith, recharged, empowered and back in control. 


3rd – Reading, The Hexagon
5th – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
6th – Blackpool, The Blackpool Opera House
8th – Liverpool, Liverpool Empire Theatre
9th – Sheffield, Sheffield City Hall
11th – Manchester, The Bridgewater Hall
14th – Plymouth, Plymouth Pavilions
15th – Bristol, Bristol Beacon
17th – London, Eventim Apollo
19th – Cardiff, Cardiff Utilita Arena
20th – Brighton, The Brighton Centre
29th – Newcastle, O2 City Hall
30th – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo

2nd – Dunfermline, Alhambra Theatre
3rd – Hull, Bonus Arena
6th – Birmingham, Symphony Hall
8th – Ipswich, Ipswich Regent Theatre
9th – Bath, The Forum
11th – Stockton, Globe Theatre
12th – York, York Barbican
14th – Oxford, New Theatre Oxford
15th – Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
17th – Bournemouth, International Centre
18th – Swansea, Swansea Arena

21st  – Llangollen, Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod
22nd – Lincoln, Lincoln Castle

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