Singer-songwriter Paris Paloma has released her enchanting new single “yeti,” the anticipated follow-up to her break-out single “labour”. Featuring vocals from acclaimed indie singer/songwriter/producer Old Sea Brigade, the song offers a unique perspective on the transformative power of closure in a relationship. Check out the single, which pairs delicate lyricism and soul-stirring melodies, HERE and watch the official video HERE.

Guided by her captivating vocals and lyrical prowess, Paris takes listeners on an emotive journey through the complexities of human connection. “‘yeti’ is about the quiet, healing realization that comes with giving oneself closure after a relationship; when you’ve moved through a period of intense intertwinement – almost obsession – with another, and what feels like the vast chasm of time and space between that passion, and the point of indifference towards them that is reached in the healed-over aftermath. It’s not a spiteful, false indifference, nor a bitter apathy, but a breathing-out of sorts, when those feelings let themselves out quietly in the night, without saying goodbye or marking the day. The gentle accompanying vocals from Ben Cramer of Old Sea Brigade completes the presence of both parties, who share in this realization, so these two people become eerily connected in their acceptance of how far apart they have grown,” elaborates Paris.

This past spring, Paris’ single “labour” ignited a wildfire of praise, catapulting her onto the Official UK Chart at #29.
“labour” first started gaining momentum on TikTok due to fans’ rapturous responses to the song’s lyrics, garnering millions of views, uses and shares. The attention spurs from the powerful message behind the track. “‘labour’ takes us inside a relationship where the speaker’s self-worth is once again reduced, like many people who find themselves in draining relationships with undeserving people. Taking on all the emotional labour. But it is a breaking point… it is the first time the speaker acknowledges the toxicity of these dynamics, and the song is about the escape from that relationship,” Paris says.

Most recently, Paris released a stirring live rendition of “labour” filmed at London’s legendary RAK Studios and complete with haunting strings and backup vocals by London Contemporary Voices, an all-female choir. Watch HERE.

Hot off the heels of her first US shows at Bonnaroo and Summerfest, Paris will be performing at major festivals all across Europe and the UK this summer and autumn. For more information and to purchase tickets to her upcoming shows, click here.

Paris Paloma Tour Dates:
July 8 – Dublin, Ireland – Otherside Festival
July 9 – Glasgow, Scotland – TRNSMT Festival
July 14 – Pori, Finland – Pori Jazz 2023*
August 28 – London, UK – All Points East
September 15 – Paris, France – Supersonic Records
September 17 – Leffinge, Belgium – Leffingeleuren Festival
September 18 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bitterzoet
September 19 – London, UK – EartH Theatre
September 23 – Hamburg, Germany – Reeperbahn Festival
September 24 – Warsaw, Poland – Niebo
October 14 – Leeds – Live at Leeds

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