Paolo Nutini announces new album and releases TWO new songs as fans go wild

Paolo Nutini has delighted fans after releasing two new songs and announcing that his new album, Last Night In The Bittersweet, will be released on July 1, 2022.

The Scottish singer announced earlier today that he would be unveiling new music and surprised fans with not one, but two songs – Through The Echoes and Lose It.

His last live performance was at Paisley Abbey in 2017, but is due to perform in Oban, Glasgow and London later this year.

Taking to Instagram, Paolo wrote: “Last Night In The Bittersweet. New album, out July 1st. Pre-order the album and listen to Through The Echoes & Lose It now”

Through The Echoes and Lose It are the first new songs the Candy singer has released since 2014, and fans have been going crazy.

One said, “Amazing songs! Can’t wait for the album”

“You saved some music for me, I love you,” wrote another.

Another wrote, “Paolo, you just made my summer. I’ve been waiting eight long years for your next album, and my patience is finally rewarded! Thank you!”

“And he’s back like he never left! Roll on TRNSMT!” one fan buzzed.

In 2009, the singer released his second album Sunny Side Up which was a huge hit with a string of hit songs including Candy, Pencil Full of Lead and Coming Up Easy.

In December 2014, Caustic Love was released and drove fans crazy with a new lineup of tracks.

In September last year it was announced that Paolo would make his musical comeback and headline the TRNSMT Festival at Glasgow Green in July 2022.

Paolo announced he would be playing a variety of intimate gigs across the UK, but fans were left disappointed after tickets sold out instantly.

Tickets for his shows at Oban’s 650-seat Corran Hall and the rest of UK venues sold out within minutes of going live, with many soon appearing on secondary ticketing site Viagogo.

Paolo’s flagship concerts in London are published online, with the cheapest ticket available for 350 capacity 100 Club at £369, with others available at £635 and £852.

The original price of tickets to London was £35 plus booking fee.

Tickets for Bristol are also on sale on Viagogo, with prices ranging from £298 to £536, while memoirs for his performance in Sheffield are on sale for £539.

Pre-order Paolo Nutini’s new album, Last Night In The Bittersweet, here.

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