Twentysomething is the third album by Jamie Cullum. It was released in 2003 in his native UK, and in May 2004 in the United States.
On this release Cullum performs some original material as well as some covers and standards. The first single from the album is "These Are the Days".
The album received generally positive reviews.
- "What a Difference a Day Made" (Stanley Adams, María Grever)
- "These Are the Days" (Ben Cullum)
- "Singing in the Rain" (Arthur Freed, Nacio Herb Brown)
- "Twentysomething" (Jamie Cullum)
- "But for Now" (Bob Dorough)
- "Old Devil Moon" (Burton Lane, Yip Harburg)
- "I Could Have Danced All Night" (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe)
- "Blame It on My Youth" (Oscar Levant, Edward Heyman)
- "I Get a Kick Out of You" (Cole Porter)
- "All at Sea" (Jamie Cullum)
- "Wind Cries Mary" (Jimi Hendrix)
- "Lover, You Should Have Come Over" (Jeff Buckley)
- "It's About Time" (Ben Cullum)
- "Next Year Baby" (Jamie Cullum)
- "Everlasting Love" [Special Edition Bonus Track]
- "Frontin'" [Special Edition Bonus Track]
- "Can't We Be Friends" [Special Edition Bonus Track]
- "High & Dry (Live from the South Bank Show)" [Special Edition Bonus Track]
The US version contains "Frontin'" and "High and Dry" as exclusives. The UK edition has "Old Devil Moon" as an exclusive. "Frontin'" is a live track recorded for BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge programme.