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Ken Tucker on Paloma Faith’s new album, Fall to Grace: 



Inevitably, as a young white female British singer with R&B and classic pop influences, Faith has been compared to both Amy Winehouse and Adele. She falls somewhere in the middle of the two: less blood-and-guts soulful than Winehouse; aspiring to the anthemic pose that Adele achieves with ease. On stage, she tends to dress very formally, with long brocaded dresses; when she appeared on David Letterman’s show, her hair was done up as though she planned to go uptown to attend the opera at Lincoln Center after the taping. If Paloma Faith can maintain the quality of the music she’s making, she’s going to have lots of fans following her every musical and social cue.




Image of Paloma Faith courtesy of Epic Records.
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nprfreshair:

Ken Tucker on Paloma Faith’s new album, Fall to Grace:

Inevitably, as a young white female British singer with R&B and classic pop influences, Faith has been compared to both Amy Winehouse and Adele. She falls somewhere in the middle of the two: less blood-and-guts soulful than Winehouse; aspiring to the anthemic pose that Adele achieves with ease. On stage, she tends to dress very formally, with long brocaded dresses; when she appeared on David Letterman’s show, her hair was done up as though she planned to go uptown to attend the opera at Lincoln Center after the taping. If Paloma Faith can maintain the quality of the music she’s making, she’s going to have lots of fans following her every musical and social cue.

Image of Paloma Faith courtesy of Epic Records.

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