Nina Nesbitt

Album Review: The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change by Nina Nesbitt (7/10)

Nina Nesbitt’s sophomore album opens with “Sacred,” a simple, honest pop-ballad that showcases her writing chops. “The Best You Had” is an alt-pop track with Halsey sensibilities that is a standout. “Things I Say When I Sleep” and “Last December” stray into Nesbitt’s semi-acoustic folk roots and are startlingly genuine in this new pop era she is creating. A charming blend of Taylor Swift, TLC, and Lorde, Nesbitt has created a new sound for herself but her songwriting remains as impactful as ever.

Rating: 7/10

Cooking Vinyl Limited

Producer(s): Lostboy/Fraser T. Smith/Jordan Riley/Nina Nesbitt