Review: The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change — Nina Nesbitt

It’s been almost four years to the day since Nina Nesbitt released her first album, Peroxide, but she has returned not a moment too soon with The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change. A progression from her former folk-pop sound, Nesbitt infuses this batch of songs with some on-trend chilled out synths and extremely tight harmonies on top of her acoustic past, giving the album a sonic depth she previously lacked. Lyrically, she addresses topics from all walks of life, including success, love, fame, loss, self-empowerment, representing…