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    Nina Nesbitt The Sun Will Come Up, The Season Will Change CD      The Nina of 2018 is not the Nina of 2013, in her own words Ive grown up. The album has been three years in the making and bears no hint of compromise as Nina demonstrates her unique talent for acute lyrical observations and ear-worm melodies. Heralding a musical change of direction from Nina with more obvious pop influences, the album is a scintillating journey through a whole range of genres and moods. I'm so proud of this album, she says. This is the album I always wanted to make on my own terms. Its an honest account of somebody in their early 20s, giving a real window into their often ever changing life. The eagerly awaited second album from Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt has arrived,   Review of Nina Nesbitt - The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change by Thomas Bleach I want something sacred, I want something amazing Nina Nesbitt confesses in the opening moments of her long awaited and very personal sophomore studio album. The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change is a record that doesn't hide her emotions. Nor does it try to be anyone else, its just purely her in the most raw and vulnerable way. During the opening number Sacred she reflects on the dark side of fame and how its affected her relationships and mental state before further exploring it on the records most autobiographical track The Moments Im Missing. The free flow of the verses will have your head nodding along while your heart will sink during the revealing chorus. From these opening moments its pretty clear that this record is going to be very different compared to her debut offering whilst she goes towards a heavy pop influence with the anthems Colder and Somebody Special. She even experiments with latin influences on the early Christina Aguilera inspired Loyal To Me and Love letter which will have you feeling nostalgic with the groovy production. But its the emotive ballads that will have your heart feeling heavy, your eyes getting watery and have your thoughts racing. The indie pop ballad The Best You Had is an honest reflection of how she allows herself to move on and feel okay after a relationship ended. And its exactly how I felt when my last relationship suddenly ended. Cause it's crazy that youre moving on so fast. But, baby, it's okay if I am still the best you had. She then gets conversational on Is It Really Me Your Missing? where she desperately questions Am I the only number that you've tried? Or is it just another lonely night? before she gets her hopes up again. She then moves on from the relationship and starts falling in love again on Things I Say When You Sleep where she gets afraid of getting hurt from what she wants to say to someone. Its these sort of confessionals that will have you growing such an emotional attachment to this record because its real and personal. It makes you feel like shes written about the vulnerable times in your life and have this weird understanding to everything you may have felt in your past. It also makes the slightly forgettable songs Empire and Last December irrelevant because everything else is so strong and captivating. She then wraps the record up with the reflective and therapeutic title track The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change where she explains that nothing negative in your life is permanent. Its a very simple and beautiful way to close the album and perfectly enraptures all the feelings and emotions she addresses in this bold collection that re-introduces her as an artist. See more from Thomas on his website

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