Over the last year, Nina Nesbitt has made one thing resoundingly clear. Her lustrous vocals, producing talents, and songwriting acumen place her at the forefront of tomorrow’s pop stars. The profound Scottish voice has been teasing her highly-anticipated debut album for some time now, and it is finally here, and we can finally utter the words: Nina Nesbitt has released a full-length pop masterpiece.
The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change is an expansive and spellbinding exploration of Nesbitt’s young adult life. Similar to most young adults, Nesbitt grapples with love, heartbreaking making mistakes, watching her friends change her around her, and eventually growing up, looking back at the whole experience in a newfound light. The future Scottish pop star transposes these genuine lived experiences into transcendent works on pop over the course of 13 dazzling songs.
Nesbitt’s much-anticipated debut is brimming with everything the pop genre has to offer, but at no point does it ever begin to feel trite. From slow-burning ballads to infectious moments that evoke the joyous nostalgia of ‘90s R&B and early 2000s, The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change feels as much of an exploration of Nesbitt’s young adult life as it does a deep-dive into the multi-faceted world of pop. And it is due to this that picking a standout track or even a few standout tracks becomes a surprisingly difficult task, because The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change has something for everyone who loves the genre, or even vulnerable songwriting shining with emotional and technical depth.
Nesbitt spoke on creating her phenomenal debut album, sharing,
“I’m so proud of this album. This is the album I always wanted to make on my own terms. It’s an honest account of somebody in their early ‘20s, giving a real window into their often ever-changing life.”
In support of The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change, Nesbitt will be embarking on a monumental tour that will take her throughout Europe and the US.
Listen to The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change below:
For more from Nina Nesbitt, revisit our interview with the artist who we crowned the Britney Spears of our generation.