Nina Nesbitt announces deluxe edtion of her current album.‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change & The Flowers Will Fall’ to be released on November 15th

Featuring the brand new track Black & Blue

Nina Nesbitt’s current album ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change’has become one of British music’s biggest under-the-radar success stories of 2019. Now at the huge milestone of 500 million streams and adding another 25 million each month, Nina’s reputation has also exploded following a triumphant North American headline tour. In addition to opening for Jess Glynne in Europe this summer, Nina has fresh collaborations with John Newman, Pete Tong, Justin Jesso and AJ Mitchell & teamwork. Other high-profile fans have also emerged, notably Taylor Swift and Chloë Grace Moretz.

Building on that positive momentum, Nina Nesbitt will release a deluxe edition of the album, ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change & The Flowers Will Fall’ on November 15th. It compiles the much-loved original album, which featured singles 'Loyal To Me'‘The Best You Had’ and 'Colder', with a host of new and rare material.

The deluxe edition also features another original new song from the album session in the shape of ‘Ungrateful’ as well as Nina’s intimate, torch song approach to the Britney Spears hit ‘Toxic’ which has become a staple of her recent live shows. The package is completed with acoustic versions of every song from the original album, most of which are previously unreleased. Stripping back the material to intimate acoustic arrangements highlights the compelling and emotionally revealing song-writing that has become a hallmark of Nina’s sound.

The deluxe edition has today been launched with the brand new lead track ‘Black & Blue’. Continuing Nina’s talent for openly exploring issues of vulnerability within her music, the track’s sleek electronic-tinged spin on modernist alt-pop is a natural fit for the original album’s sonic approach.

"'Black & Blue' is a song I wrote whilst working on the album and I always knew I wanted to release it,” says Nina. “It’s about being your own worst enemy and the voice inside your head that constantly makes you doubt yourself."

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