When is Paolo Nutini’s new album coming out?
Paolo Nutini has pleased fans by releasing two new songs and announced the release of his next album, Last Night In The Bittersweet, on July 1, 2022.
The Scots singer announced the release of new music earlier today, and fans were greeted with not one, but two songs: Through The Echoes and Lose It.
In 2017, he gave his last live performance at Paisley Abbey, but he plans to appear in Oban, Glasgow, and London later this year.
Paolo took to Instagram and wrote: “The Bittersweet Last Night New album due out July 1st. Listen to Through The Echoes & Lose It now and pre-order the album.”
Lose and Through the Echoes It’s the first new music from the Candy singer since 2014, and fans are ecstatic.
One said: “Fantastic music! I can’t wait to hear the record.”
Another said, “You have saved music for me, I adore you.”
Another person wrote: “You just made my summer, Paolo. I’ve been waiting for your next album for eight years, and my patience has finally paid off! Many thanks!”
“And he’s returned as if he’d never left! Bring it on, TRNSMT! “One fan was buzzing.
Sunny-Side Up, the singer’s second album, was published in 2009 and was a big success, with popular songs including Candy, Pencil Full of Lead, and Coming Up Easy.
Caustic Love, released in December 2014, wowed listeners with a fresh set of songs.
Paolo’s musical comeback was confirmed in September of last year, and he will headline TRNSMT Festival at Glasgow Green in July 2022.
Paolo planned a series of private shows around the UK, but fans were upset when tickets ran out almost immediately.
Tickets for his gigs in Oban’s 650-seat Corran Hall and the rest of the UK sold out within minutes of going on sale, with many of them quickly appearing on secondary ticket site Viagogo.
Paolo’s headline London shows are listed online, with the lowest ticket to the 350-seater 100 Club costing £369, and others costing £635 and £852.
The London tickets were original £35 with a booking charge.
Viagogo has tickets for his Bristol concerts ranging from £298 to £536, as well as briefs for his Sheffield performances for £539.
When is Paolo Nutini’s new album coming out? When is Paolo Nutini’s new album coming out?