With the release of his new album ‘Caustic Love‘ today, it makes us wonder why the singer/songwriter Paolo Nutini ever left us!
Its been five years since his last album ‘Sunny Side Up’ made him a house hold name with tracks like ‘Candy’, “Pencil Full of Lead’ and ‘No Other Way’ ( which I can (and have) listened to on repeat on many occasions.)
Though he’s stayed true to his jazz and blues with a side of pop-y beats, Nutini has reinvented his style, focusing on more mature topics and deeper sounds. Nutini has released three of the thirteenth tracks prior to today- ‘Better Man’, ‘Scream (Funk my life up)’ and the highlight of the album ‘Iron Sky’, which features Chaplin’s ‘Great Dictator’ speech. This brings a certain truth to the track that along with Paolo’s raw vocals, makes Iron Sky his best to date.
Nutini fans have eagerly awaited the new addition to the Scotsman’s discography and I don’t think anyone will be disappointed.
Post from – Siobhan