On Stage

Obelisk Arena


Nerina Pallot, initially discovered during her tenure as a publishing assistant at Mute Records, swiftly transitioned to a recording artist under Polydor Records, debuting her first album in 2001. Her journey escalated with the 2006 release of her second album, “Fires,” which garnered critical acclaim and drew stylistic comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Fiona Apple, and Tori Amos. The album produced notable singles such as “Everybody’s Gone To War” and “Sophia,” and earned Pallot nominations for both a Brit Award and Ivor Novello Award. Building a dedicated live audience over the years, Pallot’s subsequent projects have navigated diverse musical terrains—from the chamber pop nuances of 2009’s “The Graduate,” to the Bernard Butler-produced retro vibes of “Year of the Wolf” in 2011, and the electronica-laden “The Sound and the Fury.” Her sixth album, “Stay Lucky,” showcased Pallot’s signature songwriting amidst lush orchestration, highlighting her skill as a multi-instrumentalist and her introspective exploration of human emotion.