Paris Paloma

Through her thoughtful and confident lyrics, Derbyshire born Paris Paloma paints pictures and tells stories with her songs, drawing parallels between the past and present to bring her own perspective on themes of love, grief, death, and power. With a Goldsmiths degree in Fine Arts, her songwriting and visuals are inspired by fantasy as much as real life, drawing inspiration from mythology, art history and the romantics, alongside the human experience. Ranging from the tender and heart-breaking to the sublimely aggressive and vengeful, her ethereal sound takes influences from dark pop, folk, and indie, creating a discography that evokes something primal, powerful, and innately feminine. Over the last couple of years, Paris has built up a deep connection with her loyal fanbase through her conversational and eloquent lyrics, vivid storytelling, and spell-binding live show. Her viral single labour, which received support from BBC Radio 1, was released last March and gained momentum on TikTok after women around the world connected to the powerful message behind the track of an escape from a misogynistic relationship. It has since amassed over 100 million streams, charting at #29 on the Official UK Singles Chart and achieving Billboard chart debuts in the US. She recently returned with her first music of 2024, with new single my mind (now), which has received support from Jack Saunders at BBC Radio 1 and Lauren Laverne at BBC 6Music. Paris was selected by YouTube to be their featured Trending Artist on the Rise and as a Breakthrough Artist to Watch for 2024 by Amazon. Paris has sold out four headline London live shows so far and embarked on her first European tour last year alongside performing at festivals such as All Points East and TRNSMT. She is currently supporting Maisie Peters on her European tour and has announced her first UK headline tour in May, which sold out quickly, selling 2000 tickets in just a few hours.