Last Night In The Bittersweet Paolo Nutini
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- 3Through The Echoes03:41
- 4Acid Eyes04:33
- 5Stranded Words (Interlude)02:31
- 6Lose It05:30
- 7Petrified In Love03:53
- 10Children Of The Stars03:20
- 11Heart Filled Up05:17
- 12Shine A Light05:56
- 15Take Me Take Mine06:51
Info for Last Night In The Bittersweet
The last album by Paolo Nutini? You have to dig deeply into the archive. It was in 2014, with "Caustic Love", which once again conquered #1 in the charts in the UK and other countries (DE #15). Since then, all fans of the Scottish musician have been eagerly waiting for a follow-up, and now the time has come: for July 1, Paolo Nutini has announced the release of his fourth studio album "Last Night In The Bittersweet"!
A look at Paolo Nutini's achievements so far impressively underlines why he is one of the biggest British success stories of the recent past: two of his three albums so far - "Sunny Side Up" (2009) and "Caustic Love" (2014) - reached #1 in the UK album charts (both #15 in DE), a total of 8 million albums sold and 1.5 billion streams worldwide, plus 8 million in single sales and 18 platinum certifications in the UK alone. Nutini is a recipient of the prestigious Ivor Novello Award and has been nominated several times at the BRIT Awards.
And now, "Last Night In The Bittersweet," a work with which Nutini celebrates an almost epic comeback. Over 70 minutes, it spans the spectrum from classic rock to post-punk to hypnotic krautrock - a work that is among the most profound, the most varied, simply the most satisfying that the musician has released in his career to date. The first two singles are exemplary of this: the insistent motorik rhythms of "Lose It" evoke memories of German bands of the early 70s like Can or Neu! and were written by Paolo on the bass guitar, which he has increasingly discovered for himself. At the other end of the spectrum is "Through The Echoes," a timeless classic in the tradition of Ben E. King and Otis Redding, in which Nutini brings out the full strength of his voice.
The songs for "Last Night In The Bittersweet" were written by Paolo Nutini, in places in collaboration with members of his live band. The musician also handled the production himself, alongside Dani Castelar and Gavin Fitzjohn.
is a soul-influenced adult alternative songwriter from Paisley, Scotland.
Raised in a music-loving family, he grew up listening to a range of folk, opera, jazz, and his father's R&B favorites. Shortly after discovering homegrown folkies like John Martyn, the teenaged Nutini left school to focus on his own musical development, eventually moving from Paisley to London and garnering attention via local gigs.
Still only seventeen, he performed regularly at the Bedford pub in Balham whilst still legally too young to drink alcohol himself. Other radio and live appearances followed, including two live acoustic spots on Radio London, The Hard Rock Cafe, and support slots for Amy Winehouse and KT Tunstall.
His debut album, These Streets, produced by Ken Nelson (Coldplay/Gomez), was released on 17th July 2006, and immediately entered the U.K. album charts at number three. Many of the songs on the album, including "Last Request" and "Rewind", were inspired by a turbulent relationship with a girlfriend, and "Jenny Don't Be Hasty" is a true story about encounters with an older woman.
On 29th May 2009 Nutini released his second studio album, Sunny Side Up, after the first single from that album, "Candy", was released on 18th May. In July, he appeared on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, performing "Coming Up Easy". This was released as the second single from the album on 10th August.
On 24 July 2007, Nutini was awarded The Golden St Christopher medal by the city of Barga in Italy, the highest honour the city can give, to celebrate his extraordinary contributions to Barga and its people. On 18 September, Nutini performed "Last Request" on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. In October 2007, Nutini performed for the annual Voodoo Fest held in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 2008, Nutini's music was featured in a movie adaptation of Irvine Welsh's best-selling novel Ecstasy: Three Tales of Chemical Romance.
On New Year's Eve 2008–09, Nutini performed at the Hogmanay street parties in both Edinburgh and Glasgow, Scotland, becoming the first act to play both locations on the same day for the event. In The View's 2009 album Which Bitch?, he is featured singing on the song "Covers." Nutini appeared in the 2011 documentary “Reggae Got Soul: The Story of Toots and the Maytals” which was featured on BBC and described as “The untold story of one of the most influential artists ever to come out of Jamaica”.
On 27 July 2012, Nutini sang at the London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony Concert in London's Hyde Park, along with Duran Duran, Snow Patrol and Stereophonics.
Nutini released his third studio album, Caustic Love, in April 2014. The album received positive reviews from music critics. Caustic Love debuted at number one on the UK Album Charts and was certified platinum by the BPI in June 2014.
Amazing reviews following 2017 tour dates where songs included (Funk My Life Up) / Let Me Down Easy / Coming Up Easy / Jenny Don't Be Hasty / New Shoes / Looking for Something / Better Man / Diana / Dream a Little Dream / These Streets / Tricks of the Trade / Bear Me in Mind / One Day ..
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