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Paolo Nutini announces first album in 8 years

Nutini's new album will arrive on 1 July.

By Sam Moore

Paolo Nutini
Paolo Nutini (Shamil Tanna / Press)

Paolo Nutini has announced his first album in eight years ‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’.

Alongside the album announcement, Nutini has also released two new singles – ‘Lose It’ and ‘Through The Echoes’.

They represent Nutini’s first new material since 2014. The Scottish singer previously announced a hiatus from the music business in 2017.

‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’ will be released 1 July via longtime label Atlantic Records. The track list can be found below.

  1. ‘Afterneath’
  2. ‘Radio’
  3. ‘Through The Echoes’
  4. ‘Acid Eyes’
  5. ‘Stranded Words’ (Interlude)
  6. ‘Lose It’
  7. ‘Petrified In Love’
  8. ‘Everywhere’
  9. ‘Abigail’
  10. ‘Children Of The Stars’
  11. ‘Heart Filled Up’
  12. ‘Shine A Light’
  13. ‘Desperation’
  14. ‘Julianne’
  15. ‘Take Me Take Mine’
  16. ‘Writer’

The record has been produced alongside previous collaborator Dani Castelar and Adequate Seven member Gavin Fitzjohn.

Nutini will also headline TRNSMT this summer alongside The Strokes and Lewis Capaldi. He will then headline Victorious Festival with Sam Fender and Stereophonics.

Nutini will also be supporting Liam Gallagher at one of his Knebworth Park dates alongside Kasabian and will be performing his own outdoor gigs in Bristol and Belfast this summer.

Nutini’s first solo shows since 2017 kick off later this week with a series of intimate gigs in Sheffield, London and Scotland. All of the shows are already sold out.

The ‘Iron Sky’ singer has urged fans to not buy tickets from third party resellers as they will not be valid. He tweeted: “Please DON’T buy tickets at inflated prices from unauthorised resale sites such as Viagogo as those tickets will not be valid.”

Fans of the singer had been complaining about the inflated cost of tickets on resale sites with one ticket for a gig at London’s 100 Club going for over £800.