Guilty

Album: The Architect (2017)
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  • Here, Paloma Faith reflects on the Brexit vote from the perspective of a Leave voter who regrets their choice for the UK to leave the European Union. She told HMV.com:

    "'Guilty' is about the people who thought they were voting for one thing when they voted for Brexit and then realised that wasn't what they were getting and regretted it."

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