Paloma Faith Blomfield is an English singer, songwriter, and actress. Faith is known for her retro and eccentric style. Her debut album, Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful? was released in 2009 and has been certified double platinum in the UK, earning Faith her first BRIT Award nomination in 2010. In 2012, Faith released her second studio album, Fall to Grace, which debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart. The album was critically well received and surpassed the success of her debut, earning a double platinum certification in the UK. The album produced her first top ten single, "Picking Up the Pieces", the top twenty cover version of INXS's "Never Tear Us Apart" and earned her two BRIT Award nominations for Best British Female and British Album of the Year. Faith released her third album, A Perfect Contradiction in 2014, which stands as her most successful album to date. The album spawned the two UK top ten singles "Can't Rely on You" and "Only Love Can Hurt Like This", with the latter topping the charts in Australia. Faith won Best British Female Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards in 2015. Her fourth studio album, The Architect was released in 2017, and debuted at number one in the UK, becoming Faith's first number one album. Her new album Infinite Things was recorded in lockdown is out now. In addition to her music career, she has also made feature film appearances in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Dread, the 2007 remake of St Trinian's and played Bet Sykes in the Epix Batman prequel series Pennyworth. In 2016, Faith appeared as a judge on the fifth series of The Voice UK. She is an ambassador for Greenpeace and Oxfam. After being kicked out of ballet training for not fitting the mould, Faith was a member of The Place’s Youth Dance Company, then led by Wayne McGregor (also a patron of The Place), while also being taught dance in her secondary school by Clare Connor, now Chief Executive of The Place.