Nerina Pallot to perform album created without compromises

PUBLISHED: 18:00 03 April 2018

Nerina Pallot. Picture: Tommy Reynolds

Nerina Pallot. Picture: Tommy Reynolds

Tommy Reynolds

Singer-songwriter Nerina Pallot says she has produced an album without compromises, and will perform the songs in Bristol in April.

Pallot’s best-known song is Everybody’s Gone To War, released in 2005, and she spent many of the years since writing for other artists, which she described as a ‘means to an end’.

But in the past few years, she has started writing songs for herself, and her latest album, Stay Lucky, is her most personal yet.

She said: “I know lots of artists say this, but this is the record that truly means the most to me.

“There’s not a word or rhyme that I’ve compromised on.

“There’s no point where I go ‘that’ll do’. And I’ve definitely done that on previous records.”

Nerina Pallot will perform at Thekla, in The Grove, on Bristol’s waterfront, on April 20 at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £20.25, are available online at

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