Songs of Faith: Paloma Faith on her return to the spotlight

James Hanley

If ever a story summed up the single-mindedness of Paloma Faith, it’s the one involving legendary American songwriter Diane Warren - tunesmith behind Aerosmith’s I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing, LeAnn Rimes’ How Do I Live? and Toni Braxton’s Un-Break My Heart, among countless other pop classics.

Warren invited Faith to record one of her songs - a dream come true for most vocalists. Yet such was the singer’s commitment to her creative vision, she declined the gift-wrapped hit. ...

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