Nerina Pallot

Nerina Pallot

Nerina Natasha Georgina Pallot (born 26 April 1974) is a British singer, songwriter and producer, who has released five albums and over a dozen EPs. She was nominated for British Female Solo Artist at the 2007 BRIT Awards and nominated for an Ivor Novello Award for “Sophia” in the category of ‘Best Song (musically and lyrically)’ in the same year. Besides her own material, Pallot has written songs for Kylie Minogue and Diana Vickers. She mostly tours around the UK and is married to record producer Andy Chatterley.

‘Stay Lucky’, her sixth album, has been the most critically acclaimed release of her career with The Sunday Times calling the album “a masterclass in sly songwriting” and Mojo, Classic Pop, and the Sunday Express awarding it 4 star reviews.

‘Stay Lucky’ was written and produced by Pallot at London’s RAK Studios. She plays piano, analogue synthesiser, guitar and percussion, and is joined by musicians including Bernard Butler, Markus Feehily and Rod Thomas AKA Bright Light Bright Light. The core group on the album are from Michael Kiwanuka’s touring band – Steve Pringle on keys, Alex Bonfanti on bass and Lewis Wright on drums.

“Pallot’s touchstones are Joni Mitchell, The Carpenters, Astrid Gilberto, and, on ‘Man Didn’t Walk On The Moon’, Fleetwood Mac….a masterclass in sly songwriting”
The Sunday Times, Culture Magazine

“This album is brave because it’s not immediate”
★★★★ Mojo

“Six albums into her career, Jersey-born, French/Indian singer Pallot scales new heights of  songwriting excellence here”
★★★★ Sunday Express