She also appeared on current events programme This Week discussing her views on the British education system with Michael Portillo.
In the same month she appeared as a guest on Never Mind the Buzzcocks, performed the song "Upside Down" on The Hollyoaks Music Show and performed her single "New York" on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross.
'" Although she had been looking for a manager, she was still wary about entering into a formal agreement with Binns and Wåhlberg, preferring instead to build their relationship before any contracts were signed.
The managers spent six months to a year helping Faith with the A&R process, setting up sessions, and guiding and advising her before she was officially signed to Lateral Management.
Faith met her managers Jamie Binns and Christian Wåhlberg in 2007. The album contains her first single, "Stone Cold Sober".
Her debut album, Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful? The album also contains certified singles — "New York" and "Upside Down", both of which achieved a silver certification in the UK.
Her manager subsequently denied any suggestion that her contract with the label was under threat, saying that, on the contrary, debut album UK sales of 500,000 without a hit single is an impressive foundation for a long-term career, and Sony are "smart enough" to recognise that and are 110% behind her. You might just meet someone and something else would make sense." In July 2011 Faith revealed her frustrations about releasing the follow up to Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful? She did not know when the album was going to be completed and commented that the process was slow.
In January 2013 Faith revealed that she was beginning to write her third studio album during her time in the US, intending to work on it while in New York City.
In February it was announced that she would be headlining the Evolution Festival in Newcastle upon Tyne on Monday with The Vaccines headlining the day before.
She also appeared on the BBC's Later with Jools Holland, recorded on 13 October 2009, and his live Hootenanny on 31 December 2009.
Faith performed at numerous festivals throughout that summer, including T4 on the Beach.
In 2016, Faith was announced as a judge for the fifth series of The Voice UK, but only remained on the show for one series due to her pregnancy. Faith was born to an English mother and Spanish father in Hackney, although her parents were both from Norfolk.