We’re proud to announce Brit Award-winning singer Paloma Faith as the first Live in The Wyldes artist confirmed for 2018!
Tickets for her show on Sunday, July 8th will be available from 9 am Friday 2nd February via the website. Support acts for this event also will be announced soon.
Renowned for her eccentric style and wild wardrobe, Paloma Faith shot to fame in 2009 with her debut album ‘Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?’. Having racked up a series of hits over the years including ‘Only Love Can Hurt Like This’ and ‘Picking Up The Pieces’, Paloma scooped her first Brit Award in 2015 and sees herself in the running again this year having recently been nominated Best British Female Solo Artist for 2018.
Her new album ‘The Architect’ has spent 8 weeks in the top ten, propelled by the poptastic single ‘Crybaby’, the stunning ‘Guilty’ and latest ‘Til I’m Done’. The album is currently on course to become her fourth double platinum album in a row – which would make her the first British woman in chart history to achieve this incredible feat.
As one of Cornwall’s most magical live music venues, The Wyldes will be the perfect setting for Paloma’s spectacular live show!
Keep watch on our Facebook page for more artists and further Live in The Wyldes dates, which will be announced soon.
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