Edinburgh singer Nina Nesbitt announces second album

Edinburgh singer Nina Nesbitt announces second album

Edinburgh singer Nina Nesbitt has announced the release of her eagerly-awaited second album, The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change. The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change will be released on on 1 February, 2019, through Cooking Vinyl, and follows Nina’s 2014 debut, Peroxide. Having obtained over 100 million streams between singles since signing her new deal with Cooking Vinyl, the new album shows Nina at her lyrical and musical best. The Nina…

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TRNSMT Festival, closing day round-up

TRNSMT Festival, closing day round-up

On the closing day of weekend 2, Hudson Taylor took to the Main Stage looking effortless as their set got the final day off to a flying start. Lewis Capaldi was up next, with the local boy putting on an amazing performance as he graduated from the King Tut’s Stage Powered by Utilita in 2017 to the Main Stage in 2018, where he delivered a set that proved why he was tipped to be a…

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High 5, with Nina Nesbitt

High 5, with Nina Nesbitt

Ahead of her gig at Liquid Room on Tuesday night, AAA caught up with talented young singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt for a quick chat. Having grown-up in Balerno, just outside Edinburgh, Nina enjoyed a whirlwind of success with pop-filled debut album Peroxide, but she was soon ready to move on. An organic evolution, her 2016 track Chewing Gum was the sound of her breaking out of her comfort zone and indulging fully her love of pop….

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AAA’s Hottest Record Of The Week: Nina Nesbitt, Sasha Sloan and Charlotte Lawrence, Psychopath

AAA’s Hottest Record Of The Week: Nina Nesbitt, Sasha Sloan and Charlotte Lawrence, Psychopath

Edinburgh singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt – in collaboration with emerging female artists Sasha Sloan and Charlotte Lawrence – has revealed new track Psychopath for the launch of Spotify ‘Louder Together’ – and it’s our Hottest Record Of The Week. You can listen to it here. Louder Together is a program bringing artists together to collaborate on an original Spotify Singles song in the spirit of community, empowerment and inspiration. Coinciding with Women’s History Month, Louder Together’s debut single…

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Listen: Nina Nesbitt releases new single and announces UK tour

Listen: Nina Nesbitt releases new single and announces UK tour

Edinburgh singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt has released new single Somebody Special – as well as announcing a string of UK tour dates for May, including a hometown gig at Liquid Room. You can listen to Somebody Special – and check out Nina’s full tour dates – below. “Somebody Special is about when you’ve been feeling a bit low and then you meet this person who changes everything,” says the former Balerno High school pupil. “It’s about…

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Storm Dylan fails to halt Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations

Storm Dylan fails to halt Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations

They may have been blowin’ in the wind, but 80,000 merry revellers didn’t allow storm Dylan to ruin the party as Nina Nesbitt, Declan McKenna and Rag’n’Bone Man played to a packed Princes Street Gardens last night to welcome in 2018. Storm Dylan huffed and puffed but, ultimately, couldn’t stop Edinburgh’s world famous Hogmanay celebrations from going off with a bang – even after 80mph gusts had forced the closure of ­Edinburgh Zoo, the Castle and the city’s Christmas…

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Hipsway and The Waterboys join star-studded bill for SSE Scottish Music Awards

Hipsway and The Waterboys join star-studded bill for SSE Scottish Music Awards

Nordoff Robbins Scotland and sponsors SSE today announced the final additions to the biggest night of the Scottish music industry – the SSE Scottish Music Awards, which take place at the Old Fruitmarket this Saturday. Scottish icons Hipsway and The Waterboys will perform at the ceremony, as well as Emeli Sande, Nina Nesbitt, The Temperance Movement, Tom Walker and Lewis Capaldi. The glittering ceremony has been Nordoff Robbins Scotland’s biggest fundraiser since 1996 and funds…

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Nina Nesbitt and Declan McKenna added to the bill for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

Nina Nesbitt and Declan McKenna added to the bill for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

Following the announcement of Rag’n’Bone Man as the headline act for this year’s Concert in the Gardens, Edinburgh-born singer Nina Nesbitt and 18-year-old Declan McKenna have been announced as support acts. Nesbitt came to prominence in 2013 with her single Stay Out. This year, she’s back with a refreshed, matured sound. Producing her own tracks and signed to the Cooking Vinyl label, Nina has recently released The Moments I’m Missing and The Best You Had – and was recently announced as BBC Radio 1’s Artist…

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Nina Nesbitt and Emeli Sande to perform at SSE Scottish Music Awards

Nina Nesbitt and Emeli Sande to perform at SSE Scottish Music Awards

Nordoff Robbins Scotland and sponsors SSE have added Edinburgh singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt and fellow Scots chart sensation Emeli Sande to the bill for this year’s SSE Scottish Music Awards. Sande is nominated for the King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut Song Writing award, acknowledging her outstanding credentials on hits such as Heaven, Next To Me, Clown and Hurts. Former Balerno High School pupil Nesbitt, meanwhile, is nominated in the Coors Light Evolution category. Both artists will…

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Watch: Nina Nesbitt unveils video for The Best You Had

Watch: Nina Nesbitt unveils video for The Best You Had

Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt has unveiled the video for new single The Best You Had – and you can watch it here. The song is taken from her soon-to-be-released sophomore album, The Moments I’m Missing. The album marks a change of direction for 23-year-old Nina, who has ditched the sugary pop of past hits like Chewing Gum and Stay Out and is back presenting the best possible version of herself. Nina made her name on…

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