Paulo Nutini steps up game to headline Latitude 2011
Scottish singer gets warm Suffolk reception
In front of a packed Obelisk Stage crowd of families and school aged children - who looked bemused as they sat through My Morning Jacket's earlier rousing set - Nutini played a 90 minute headline set of his trademark pop mix of Celtic folk and soul, even dropping in a very laid back cover of Hot Chip's 'Over and Over'.
In classic Latitude fashion, it was a nice, light touch to the end of a packed day that had seen Cerebral Balzy play British Bulldog with their pent-up crowd, impressive sets from the Walkmen, Adam Ant, Foals and British Sea Power, and the English National Ballet performing Carmen and Don Quixote on a stage in the middle of a lake in front of thousands.
Newly reformed Suede headline the closing Sunday night slot on the Obelisk Stage while
and Alan Carr will also make appearences.
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