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Nerina Pallot (pronounced pal-oh in the French style) (b. 1975) is a London-based recording artist.

Pallot was born in London, but spent most of her childhood on the island of Jersey. Her mother is from India, whilst her father is native born from Jersey. Early in life, she spent some time living in India, but spent most of her early school years in Jersey. From there she won a scholarship to Wellington College, a famous military public school in England. Her time at this school provides much of the personal inspiration behind her single Everybody’s Gone to War as several of her school friends were directly involved in the Iraq war.

Nerina Pallot is classically trained in singing and piano, and then engaged in a peripatetic career around the fringes of the music industry. Outside these various industry-related jobs, Nerina Pallot was an active part-time musician with an ambition to follow a career in performing and song writing. At some point her career took her to her favourite job of this time, as PA to the music industry executive Andrew King; a key figure in the management of Pink Floyd from its earliest days. Still following her ambition to pursue a musical career, Pallot signed to Polydor in her mid-20s, despite misgivings from Andrew King. This signing resulted in the release of an album containing self-penned songs; the ironically titled Dear Frustrated Superstar (2001). However, singles released from this album failed to make a sales mark as did the album. Following this, Nerina Pallot was dropped by Polydor among some bitter recriminations which are documented on her web site. This experience was later to lead to the writing of Mr. King, a touching, and very probably unique tribute to a senior music industry executive.


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  • fernandofsl

    How can you have too many EPs?? I'd be happy with 1 a week [4]

    31 Aug 12:38pm Reply
  • confetti__

    How can you have too many EPs?? I'd be happy with 1 a week [3]

    20 Aug 11:55am Reply
  • Whip-Smart

    How can you have too many EPs?? I'd be happy with 1 a week [2]

    17 Aug 1:56pm Reply
  • otterking

    How can you have too many EPs?? I'd be happy with 1 a week

    6 Aug 9:24pm Reply
  • Armotekma

    Not enough EPs, bring on the rest of them!

    6 Aug 12:59pm Reply
  • GetOuttaMyWay1


    4 Aug 3:25am Reply
  • Vladstronger

    aw lindona ♥

    22 Jul 1:24am Reply
  • Whip-Smart

    What's everyone favourite EP so far and what tracks will you want to see in the compilation at the end of the year?

    20 Jul 7:23pm Reply
  • fernandofsl

    One Foot Forward <3

    9 Jul 11:20pm Reply
  • KingCloud12

    Simple Life <3

    2 Jul 10:36pm Reply
  • Armotekma

    When I Grow Up was totally unexpected, but brightened my day.

    1 Jul 12:59pm Reply
  • LekuBauer

    Real Late Starter describle my life so far. So Sad :(

    19 Jun 9:23pm Reply
  • CFCantLee

    Boy on the Bus is one of the best things she's wrote in ages!

    5 Jun 3:14pm Reply
  • Whip-Smart

    All the material for this project has been spot on each EP has been fantastic. Loving them all a lot.

    28 May 12:25pm Reply
  • confetti__

    Really loving all of the EPs so far. Love her.

    28 May 5:20am Reply
  • KingCloud12

    We Should Break Up is bloody amazing.

    1 Apr 8:27pm Reply
  • wlitchfield

    Hard Equation is my new favourite song! Awesome.

    21 Mar 10:23am Reply
  • Sarinijha

    16 Feb 6:49pm Reply
  • Le.cytrus

    Saying there's too much Nerina is like saying you're too much in love with someone you're married to or that you're making too much money or something like this. It's never enough.

    14 Feb 10:25am Reply
  • DarkElvick

    There is no such thing as "too much" Nerina Pallot. If you don't want that many, wait until she does a 'best of' album of songs from each EP. She even said herself this isn't for the casual fan, but the dedicated who can't get enough of her loveliness.

    12 Feb 1:43am Reply
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