Apr 15, 2020
Nina Nesbitt knows firsthand how fickle success can be. By the time she was 20 she’d played arena shows and released a debut album called Peroxide that went to Number One in Scotland.
Despite this success she was dropped by her record label, and as she says in this interview was abandoned by everyone but her closest friends and family almost overnight.
Through determination and hard work she managed to turn her career around, releasing her second album, 2019's The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change, to widespread acclaim.
In this interview Nina talks in depth about her journey to the top of the charts and back down again, and what she learned while piecing her career back together.