He wants to be a mancub
Scottish singer songwriter Paolo Nutini played one of the stand out sets of the final day at the Isle of Wight Festival.
In the baking sunshine 'New Shoes' and 'Rewind' were early crowd favourites, with debut album title track 'These Streets' also going down especially well.
The singers other singles 'Last Request' and set closer 'Jenny Don't Be Hasty' were equally popular, but the most impact was made by his cover of the Jungle Book song 'I Want To Be A Mancub', one of a succession of impressive covers played across the weekend.
Paolo Nutini's relaxed, mainstream appeal guitar music was perfect for a warm Sunday afternoon at a festival and it's clear to see why he has become one of Britain's most popular new artists over the past twelve months.
Having recently supported the Rolling Stones, Paolo Nutini was one of two to join the band on stage later that night, the other being Amy Winehouse.
If Paolo Nutini is playing a festival you're at and you need something to take a breather too or for that uncomplicated fix that comes in handy once in a while then Paolo's your man.