Verdict: Four stars. 

SINGER Paloma Faith wowed her Glasgow fans tonight as she declared Scotland her favourite place to play in the world.

The kooky songstress donned a gorgeous pixie style hairdo to kick off the second date of The Infinite Things tour at the SEC Armadillo. 

Opening up with Last Night On Earth, the star, 40, beamed: “My favourite place to play in the whole wide world is Scotland. It’s been a few years guys. I missed all of you.”

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She then added: “I was so full of anxiety. I don’t know about you but doing this after so long I felt like I don’t know how to do this anymore.”

But that was something Paloma didn’t need to worry about as her vocals stunned on Crybaby, Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful? and Guilty before she quipped: "It feels quite amazing to be in a place with people who deal with covid properly."

Infinite Things - the title track from her latest album - was written for her two children and proved to be a beautiful moment for the crowd to take in.

While a mash-up of Paloma’s hits over the years including 30 Minute Love Affair and Upside Down reminded the fans why the singer is one of the UK’s most loved.

Chatting throughout with her humour in full swing, Paloma entertained with both her impressive voice and infectious personality.

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Her voice is like no other making it easy for her songs to resonate with an audience in a way few artists can achieve.

This was transparent in the song If This is Goodbye which left the crowd with goosebumps while a cover of Chaka Khan’s I’m Every Woman showed off the singer’s prowess.

Finishing off her set with the haunting ballad Only Love Can Hurt Like This and dance hit Lullaby, Paloma was grinning from ear to ear as she took in the admiration of her adoring Scottish fans. And who can blame them?