Nina Nesbitt has just announced her first ever New Zealand show today - playing at The Tuning Fork on Saturday June 1st - and has also just released her new album ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change’.
In celebration of the album, Nina took to Twitter to share a lot of interesting facts about these new songs - check out some of the highlights below…
About the first album track, ’Sacred’:
it was the first song I consciously wrote the album. I wrote it in my bedroom in fulham, london. and loved it. it's short and it felt like the perfect intro. it's saying I wanna make changes to my life and find something i'm passionate about. https://t.co/FZWXbdsOaA— Nina Nesbitt (@ninanesbitt) February 6, 2019
track #3, the best u had. my fave. writing this song was a dream. within 30 mins. I had the lyric 'it's crazy that you're moving on so fast but baby it's okay if I am still the best you had' in my notebook for 6 mths. singing with live autotune helped me write the weird melodies.— Nina Nesbitt (@ninanesbitt) February 6, 2019
track #4, colder. this was the second last song I wrote for the album. we shot the video and artwork last year in palm springs. it was amaaazing. I wrote the melody and lyrics whilst my co writer was making soup in his kitchen lol.— Nina Nesbitt (@ninanesbitt) February 6, 2019
track #6, somebody special. wrote this in Nashville. was writing for other artists at the time & was loving selena gomez revival album so I wanted to write something like that. It ended up being personal to me so I kept it. It's about being with someone who makes you feel loved.— Nina Nesbitt (@ninanesbitt) February 6, 2019
track #7, is it really me you're missing? this song is inspired by whitney houston's 'just the lonely talking again'. I loved how casually brutal the lyrics were. this is one of my faves on the record.— Nina Nesbitt (@ninanesbitt) February 6, 2019
track #8, love letter. YOU GUYS HAVE MADE ME WANNA MAKE THIS THE NEXT SINGLE. it's really grown to be one of my favourites this week. do you think I should do more like this?— Nina Nesbitt (@ninanesbitt) February 6, 2019
track #10, chloe. this is a song about my best friend becoming pregnant and me realising our adolescence was fading and turning into early adulthood. it's saying whatever your choice as a woman, whether it be family, career or both, it's okay.https://t.co/2iFgrjvtzj— Nina Nesbitt (@ninanesbitt) February 6, 2019
Listen to the full album below…
Tickets for Nina Nesbitt’s NZ show go on sale this Monday, February 11th from 12pm.