Paris Paloma Shakes Up The Kelly Clarkson Show with Ethereal Version of ‘Labour’

April 3
Paris Paloma Shakes Up The Kelly Clarkson Show with Ethereal Version of ‘Labour’
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Paris Paloma channels wild, unapologetic energy in her national TV debut, teasing her upcoming album ‘Cacophony’ on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Paris Paloma took the stage on “The Kelly Clarkson Show”, leaving viewers spellbound with her powerful performance of “Labour,” now streaming on her YouTube channel. This performance, set against the classical backdrop of Tate Britain, marks her evocative entry into national television.

With her debut album ‘Cacophony’ on the horizon, set to release on August 30th, Paloma is ready to unleash a 15-track collection that includes her introspective “my mind (now),” along with “as good a reason,” and the viral hit “labour.” Her music, as she puts it, is “feral, feminine and unapologetically vulnerable,” representing a primal return to the roots of self-expression. Paloma’s sound, a blend of dark-pop, folk, and indie, laden with themes of mythology and female agency, has already captured the public’s imagination, positioning her as a breakthrough artist of the year.

Paul Goodman
Paul seamlessly juggles his career with teaching English at an elementary school. His passion for the fantastical world of "Lord of the Rings" reflects his love for immersive storytelling. In his free time, Paul enjoys the electronic music scene, unwinding in saunas, traveling to new destinations, and delving into the world of PC gaming.
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