PALOMA FAITH No.1 Album & Lights up London 26.11.2017

PALOMA FAITH No.1 Album & Lights up London

R U JOKING, GRANDAD BLOG 26th November 2017


Paloma Faith’s new album, “The Architect” went straight into the Album Chart at No.1 on Friday 24th November 2017.

The Architect – Paloma Faith

Tracklist for the album is:

1              Evolution

2              The Architect

3              Guilty

4              Crybaby

5              I’ll Be Gentle

6              Politics Of Hope

7              Kings And Queens

8              Surrender

9              Warrior

10           Til I’m Done

11           Lost And Lonely

12           Still Around

13           Pawns

14           WW3

15           Love Me As I Am

16           Power To The Peaceful

17           Tonight’s Not The Only Night

18           My Body

19           Price Of Fame


I am a big fan of Paloma Faith. We have seen her twice in concert. Trendous.

Paloma Faith

She marked the start of the festive season on Regent Street on 16th November by switching on the Christmas lights with the help of Clean Bandit .


She hit the stage in a sequin dress to give a performance for fans before switching on the lights on one of London’s busiest shopping streets.


Her new album, The Architect, was set for release the next day on Friday 17th November, Paloma hit the stage as she gave an electric performance for her fans at the event.


Speaking at the event, Paloma expressed her appreciation for switching on Regent Street’s Christmas Lights: ‘It’s such a huge honour to switch on Regent Street’s iconic Christmas lights this year.’


‘I’m a Londoner, born and bred, so this was a very special moment for me. I loved performing in front of the amazing crowd tonight, they were fantastic!’


The event was Hosted by Heart Radio’s Emma Bunton, the former Spice Girl who spoke on her love for the festive season: ‘Christmas is definitely my favourite time of year.’

Paloma Faith Turning on Regent St Lights

Clean Bandit also performed and helped switch on the lights.


The dazzling decorations took on “The Spirit of Christmas” theme for a second year in a row.


The display includes 300,000 sparkling LED lights.


Regent Street was the first to introduce Christmas Lights to the streets of the West End in 1954.


The street was closed to traffic from 6pm so crowds could gather to watch the performances and see the lights switch on. Michael Ball and Alfie Boe performed to get revellers into the Christmas spirit.


Covent Garden switched on its Christmas lights with the help of Kylie.


This year’s display is one of the largest in the capital.


In addition to the celebrity performances and glittering lights, shops on the street stayed open late and visitors were treated to exclusive offers and surprises.

Regent St


“Do what you love and the money will follow.” ~Marsha Sinetar


Happiness is…your favourite recording star’s album going straight into the album charts at No.1


It’s amazing that the amount of news that happens in the world everyday always just exactly fits a newspaper or half hour TV slot.


Love is…knowing you have someone to come home to


The Air That I Breathe – The Hollies

Highest chart position No.2 23rd March 2 1974