Nerina Not Ready to Sit Back after a Huge Year; Nerina Pallot Makes Her Sage Gateshead Debut Tonight and Has a Brimming Back Catalogue to Choose from, Thanks to Her Most Productive Year to Date. SAM WONFOR Explains and Talks to the Singer

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Nerina Not Ready to Sit Back after a Huge Year; Nerina Pallot Makes Her Sage Gateshead Debut Tonight and Has a Brimming Back Catalogue to Choose from, Thanks to Her Most Productive Year to Date. SAM WONFOR Explains and Talks to the Singer


Byline: SAM WONFOR

WHEN it comes to keeping New Year resolutions, Nerina Pallot didn't make it easy for herself.

At the turn of the year, the Brit and Ivor Novello award-nominated singer/songwriter resolved to record and release an EP every month that 2014 had to offer.

Not only that, but she also promised to do all the accompanying artwork herself while booking in a UK tour too.

And although she admits there were a few doubts a few months in, Nerina has no regrets.

"We're nearly there. I can't believe it," she says. "We're just mixing the one for November on days off and then will be back in the studio to record the December one once the tour is finished... and then I will have done it!

"About half way through the year, I was thinking, 'oh no, how am I going to manage it'," she laughs, "but now I can see the light at the end of the tunnel, it's really exciting."

I'm sure her fans would agree. Thus far a total of 50 new songs have come out of the epic EP project (which I'm referring to as EPic in my head from here on in).

With 10 more to come, it's safe to say the 39-year-old will have her work cut out when it comes to selecting tracks for her fifth album, which is planned for a summer release next year.

"At the end of this year we'll look at everything that we've recorded and which ones have been the most popular in terms of Spotify, and downloads and shares on social media - that kind of thing," she says.

"Then once we've decided on the tracks for the album, I'll start working on them.

"Doing the EPs to such a tight deadline, I've had to let things go that I would normally spend a lot more time on," she explains. "I'm looking forward to bringing them up to the standard I'd be happier with in terms of putting them out on a larger scale."

She's also been loving the chance to play them live, although her longtime fans who are going to see her at Sage Gateshead tonight can rest easy when it comes to hearing Pallot classics such as Patience, Everybody's Gone to War and Sophia.

"I'm a massive music lover and I get really upset when I go and see acts I love, and they focus on their new album at the expense of the music which is often the reason why people are there," she says. …

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