Paloma Faith – one of only two British female artists this decade to have their last three albums go double platinum in the UK – is heading to Cardiff on her 2018 tour this March.

The singer will be entertaining huge crowds across the UK and Ireland playing shows at venues including the Manchester Arena, Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Dublin’s 3Arena and London’s O2 Arena.

Paloma, who won the BRIT Award for British Female Solo Artist in 2015 following the phenomenal success of her last record, 2014’s ‘A Perfect Contradiction’, explores both personal and political themes on her latest album ‘The Architect’ which was released in November.

The new album – her first in more than three years and since giving birth to her first child – features an array of acclaimed co-writers, producers and collaborators including Sia, John Legend, Jesse Shatkin, TMS, Starsmith, Tobias Jesso Jr., Eg White, Rag'n'Bone Man, actor Samuel L. Jackson and journalist and activist Owen Jones.

Whilst the music is classic Paloma – with sweeping orchestral tracks, smooth soul, sleek disco grooves and stomping electro pop all featured on the album – the lyrics raise social and political questions, and cover powerful and topical themes, such as motherhood, social anxiety, wealth inequality, technology’s impact on feelings of alienation, oh and also the future of the Western world, Donald Trump, Brexit and the refugee crisis – all within the confines of classic pop.

The album also includes the track ‘Warrior’ written by Sia, which Paloma interprets to be about the refugee crisis, a duet with John Legend, ‘I’ll Be Gentle’, and two spoken word interludes – album opener ‘Evolution’ which is performed by acclaimed actor Samuel L. Jackson and ‘Politics of Hope’ which is a political commentary by Owen Jones.

Tickets for show at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on March 17 are on sale now.

You can purchase tickets from the Box Office on 029 2022 4488 or