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Paolo Nutini’s Iron Sky Film Released & U.S. Tour Dates Announced


Paolo Nutini’s new album Caustic Love, his first studio release since 2009’s Sunny Side Up, hits the U.S. starting September 16 (it debuted at the #1 spot on the UK Album chart and has placed in the top 10 the past 15 weeks). In support of his new work, Nutini starts up a U.S. tour next month, and fans who haven’t heard his latest music can check out the new short film that’s inspired by his song “Iron Sky.”

The track is one of Nutini’s most compelling lyrical pieces, and part of the song’s inspiration comes from Charlie Chaplin’s famous speech from The Great Dictator (Nutini employs a section of Chaplin’s stirring monologue in his song).

As much as I love Nutini’s previous material, there is an added maturity and universal dimension to “Iron Sky,” and it’s a track that attempts to reach the sonic and emotional depths of Marvin Gaye’s seminal album What’s Going On.

Director Daniel Wolfe’s short film for Iron Sky seamlessly blends with the song’s yearning for individuality in an high tech and industrial age. “I was sent the track with no explanation from Paolo,” said Wolfe. “As a child I stared at the planet Jupiter and had a vivid hallucinatory experience. A feeling of abject terror, in bondage to an omnipotent machine. When I heard the Chaplin quote (from the song) I remembered this clearly. So the video became a dystopian vision of the future as imagined by a child in the 80’s.”

After a September 15 stop in Toronto (Sound Academy), Nutini heads to the U.S. for select engagements. The dates are below:

9/17     Lincoln Theatre                       Washington DC
9/19     House of Blues                         Boston, MA
9/20     The Trocadero Theatre       Philadelphia, PA
9/22     Terminal 5                                   New York, NY
9/23     Apollo Theater                         New York, NY
9/25     Roseland Theater                   Portland, OR
9/26     Fox Theater                                Oakland, CA
9/29     House of Blues                         San Diego, CA
10/2    Granada Theater                      Dallas, TX
10/4    Warehouse Live Ballroom   Houston, TX


Greg Srisavasdi
I've been a movie reviewer/interview since 1991 (as a UCLA Daily Bruin scribe), worked at Westwood One, Deepest Dream owner, co-editor of Hollywood Outbreak, podcast co-host of "CinemAddicts" and "Matt and Greg Used To Interview Movie Stars." I can be reached at for inquiries or whatever the case may be!

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