Singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini will bring his eagerly awaited tour to Scotland with two gigs scheduled for Aberdeen and Edinburgh.
The 35-year-old recently announced his latest album, Last Night in the Bittersweet, which comes after an eight-year hiatus.
His UK and Europe tour is set to kick off on August 21 in Limerick, Ireland, before making its way to Edinburgh’s O2 Academy on October 31.
Nutini will take to the stage in Aberdeen on November 1, at the Granite City’s legendary Music Hall.
He will perform tracks from his new record, which will be released on July 1.
Last week, he announced a few concerts across the UK ahead of his headlining appearance at TRNSMT festival in Glasgow on July 8.
He also announced two back-to-back dates at the end of May in Oban’s Corran Halls, which sold out swiftly.
The Paisley star’s last album, Caustic Love, came out in 2014 and debuted with 109,000 copies sold – making it the fastest-selling album of the year in the UK.