Paloma Faith’s ”Til I’m Done’ music video is exotic, dramatic and cool

The brilliant British singer songwriter Paloma Faith is known for her exotic outfits and dramatic style. On stage, in real life and, of course, in her music videos.

So it was no surprise today to watch Paloma Faith’s just released new music video for her single ”Til I’m Done‘ and see it is very much exotic and dramatic, with Faith in the desert dressed in a metallic robe and carrying a half-naked man.

Later on she gets even more dramatic with her outfits, and with a definite Priscilla Queen of the Desert vibe going on.

The track itself is catchy, and has a cool 70s disco-funk feel to it that will definitely make you want to dance.

‘Til I’m Done‘ is the latest single from Faith’s fourth studio album The Architect. The album was released late last year, and debuted in the top spot on the UK Albums chart the week of its release, giving Faith her first ever chart-topping album in the United Kingdom.

The Architect is an interesting album too as unlike Paloma Faith’s earlier works, which were all about love, she says this one is “a social observation album”, with each song being about a different part of the socio-political. It was written as a commentary about modern society, as well as her way of trying to make things better in the world.

Til I’m Done‘ was written by Faith in collaboration with Thomas Barnes, Peter Kelleher, John Newman, Benjamin Kohn and Wayne Hector.

Watch the music video for it below.

And, if you love the song, Paloma gave a gorgeous live performance of it on The Graham Norton Show a couple of weeks ago. Watch that below.

Related: Watch Paloma Faith performing ‘Leave While I’m Not Looking‘ on The Jonathan Ross Show — she’s incredible