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Paloma Faith interview: 'If you do something enough times, it becomes you'

Sensitive and ballsy, shy and flamboyant – this is a pop star, proud of being hard to pin down

8 March 2014

9:00 AM

8 March 2014

9:00 AM

Paloma Faith is an unusual pop star. Her flamboyant, retro appearance is upholstered by a deep-thinking mind and she articulates herself in an uncut East London accent. She hangs out with the author Hanif Kureishi and you can expect to find her at an art opening. When we meet in London’s Soho House, she is a cocktail of reds and oranges.

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