Paloma Faith on career plans: "I feel like America is my new ladder"
British songstress Paloma Faith has admitted that her next career move will be to take her music across the pond to America.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, the 'Picking Up The Pieces' star explained that she's enjoyed fantastic success in her native UK but wants to broaden her horizons, revealing: "I feel like America is my new ladder."
"I've succeeded beyond my expectations in the U.K., but every time you climb to the top of the ladder, you see a new ladder."
Faith also confessed that she is the mastermind behind everything she does, which is unusual in the modern pop industry, and added that she's actively involved in all aspects of her music from live shows to photoshoots:
"My life's a fairy tale, really, when you read it on paper. It seems fictional. I still feel like a lot of that's been really helpful in my career. It's why it's all homegrown – I write all the songs, but beyond that, do all the visuals . . . It's all collaborative [with a creative team], but everything starts from me, so it seems unusual."
Watch behind-the-scenes footage from her '30 Minute Love Affair' music video here:
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