Eccentric, retro pop star Paloma Faith will be bringing her voice to the stage in Leicester next year.
The singer, who revealed this week she is expecting her second child, is set to tour the UK in 2021.
And the tour is hitting De Montfort Hall in October to showcase her new album Infinite Things, which is set to be realised on November 13 this year.
Paloma is known for her distinctive voice and incredible songs which include: Changing, Lullaby, New York, and Only Love Can Hurt Like This.
The album was written before the Covid-19 pandemic, however, when the UK went into lockdown Paloma tore apart all of the songs and decided to start all over again.
Lockdown gave her the opportunity to spend the time creating, learning to engineer her own music and just thinking about the world.
The result, she says, is a new sense of priorities which has seen her reconnect with her roots steeped in creativity.
Infinite Things is more than an album about relationships and is said to be her most confident record as of yet.
It’s described as “finding your way back to romance within a long-term relationship. It’s her most confident record yet from a female artist who’s been in the game for two decades.
“It’s a new Paloma Faith, an artist who has retreated within herself and found not the careful, polished veteran of show business – but the 22-year-old art student being led by her own creativity.”
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Tickets for the tour go on pre-sale on September 30 with general sale on October 2 at 10am.
The full tour dates
- Sept 16th Oxford, New Theatre
- Sept 18th Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
- Sept 19th Edinburgh, Usher Hall
- Sept 21st Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
- Sept 22nd Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
- Sept 24th Birmingham, Symphony Hall
- Sept 25th Birmingham, Symphony Hall
- Sept 27th Newcastle, O2 City Hall
- Sept 28th Sheffield, City Hall
- Sept 30th Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
- Oct 1st Southend, Cliffs Pavilion
- Oct 3rd Harrogate, Convention Centre
- Oct 4th Ipswich, Regent
- Oct 6th Bournemouth, International Centre
- Oct 7th Hull, Bonus Arena
- Oct 9th Stockton, Globe
- Oct 10th Stoke-On-Trent, Regent Theatre
- Oct 12th Bath, Forum
- Oct 13th Torquay, Princess Theatre
- Oct 15th Plymouth, Pavilions
- Oct 16th Brighton, Centre
- Oct 18th Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
- Oct 20th Leicester, De Montfort Hall
- Oct 22nd London, Palladium
- Oct 23rd London, Palladium
- Oct 25th Liverpool, Empire Theatre