Live Review: Paloma Faith – Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield 19.04.2024

Phil Wright

By Phil Wright

Tuesday April 19th brought the pocket-size powerhouse, that is Paloma Faith, to the iconic Sheffield City Hall.

The 2800 sell-out crowd was in for an amazing masterclass in entertaining and owning the stage.

This was a show of two halves with no supporting act for Paloma. She emerged onto the stage performing her new album ‘The Glorification of Sadness’, which was released back in February.

Giving an absolutely stellar performance with some real heartfelt passion in her vocals, she belted out tracks like ‘Sweatpants’ and ‘Pressure’. Paloma’s connection with the audience was on point.

After a short break to reset the stage and for Paloma to grab a brew, (hopefully sampling some Yorkshire Tea), she then gave us to hit after hit. Her sixteen-year reign has certainly gifted us with some phenomenal tracks.

If you are looking to have a really fun evening of entertainment, why not spend it with the wonderfully zany Paloma Faith? Look online for remaining tour dates and grab yourself a ticket!

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