Nina Nesbitt (born 11 July 1994) is a Scottish singer-songwriter and guitarist from Edinburgh.
She is best known for her pop single "Stay Out", which peaked at number twenty one on the UK Singles Chart in April 2013, becoming her first top forty single. She has released a number of EP's, her second EP, titled The Apple Tree, was released in April 2012 and peaked at number six on the iTunes download charts after receiving airplay on BBC Radio 1, and also peaked at the top of the iTunes singer/songwriter chart. the first in 2012 which included the song "The Apple Tree". Whilst, her debut single "Boy", from the EP of the same name was released in 2012 and peaked at number one hundred and thirty nine in the UK Singles Chart.
In 2013, she came to brief attention, with her single "Stay Out". The "Way in the World EP" and single were then released on 23 July 2013, as a follow-up to "Stay Out". In August 2013, she recorded a version of Fleetwood Mac's "Don't Stop" for a new John Lewis advertising campaign, subsequently it charted at number 61 on 1 September in the UK Singles Chart, however disappointingly to Nesbitt, did not achieve any higher. Nina Nesbitt also featured on BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge singing a cover of British singer John Newman's single "Love Me Again", which received mixed reviews. Her latest single "Selfies" was released on 9 February 2014 and featured on her debut album, Peroxide, released on 17 February 2014 in the United Kingdom. Nina wrote the song "Selfies" with a member of her band after discussing about how when people are sad or lonely, they sometimes take a Selfieand post it online to pretend to people that they are having a good time. Nina explained she was guilty of doing this 'from time to time'.
Nina Nesbitt is currently touring with British pop banx The Vamps and is planning more solo tour dates for 2015. She is also in the process of writing her second album which the claims is 'extremely different in style' to Peroxide.Continue reading at Wikipedia... Wikipedia content provided under the terms of the Creative Commons BY-SA license