Paolo Nutini – Last Night in the Bittersweet (Vinyl)

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Title: Paolo Nutini – Last Night in the Bittersweet Format: 2 LP Vinyl Label: Warner Cat Num: Barcode: 0190296224706 

Release date: July 1st 2022

Paolo Nutini is set to release his new album and fourth studio set ‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’ on July 1st via Atlantic Records. He launches the album by sharing two new singles, ‘Lose It’ and ‘Through The Echoes’.

‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’ is a 70-minute epic that spans the distance from classic rock to post-punk to hypnotic Krautrock, in the process proving its value as his deepest, most varied, most accomplished, and ultimately most rewarding set so far. The insistent Motorik rhythms of new single ‘Lose It’ brings shades of early ‘70s German bands like Can and Neu!, and are a product of Paolo writing increasingly on bass guitar. At the other end of the spectrum, ‘Through The Echoes’ is a timeless classic in the lineage of Ben E. King and Otis Redding, with Nutini’s vocal delivery reminding us why he got snapped up by Atlantic in the first place.

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Title: Paolo Nutini – Last Night in the Bittersweet Format: 2 LP Vinyl Label: Warner Cat Num: Barcode: 0190296224706 

Release date: July 1st 2022

Paolo Nutini is set to release his new album and fourth studio set ‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’ on July 1st via Atlantic Records. He launches the album by sharing two new singles, ‘Lose It’ and ‘Through The Echoes’.

‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’ is a 70-minute epic that spans the distance from classic rock to post-punk to hypnotic Krautrock, in the process proving its value as his deepest, most varied, most accomplished, and ultimately most rewarding set so far. The insistent Motorik rhythms of new single ‘Lose It’ brings shades of early ‘70s German bands like Can and Neu!, and are a product of Paolo writing increasingly on bass guitar. At the other end of the spectrum, ‘Through The Echoes’ is a timeless classic in the lineage of Ben E. King and Otis Redding, with Nutini’s vocal delivery reminding us why he got snapped up by Atlantic in the first place.