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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Nina Nesbitt - "Last December (Winter Trees Session)" [Pop]

Last December (Winter Trees Session)

"Last December (Winter Trees Session)" music video by Nina Nesbitt
Added: 18-12-2019
Genre : Pop
Description : Nina Nesbitt - Last December (Winter Trees Session)

Filmed in the YouTube Space, London

Performed by Nina Nesbitt and Matt Bramhall
Shot and edited by Greg Barnes
Camera operator: Joshua Cobb
Sound: Darren Carikas

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PeroxideSinger and songwriter Nina Nesbitt's mixture of pop-inspired melodies, part-acoustic instrumentation, and yearning relationship angst saw her cast as the female counterpart to Ed Sheeran when she was invited to open shows for him as a teen. However, Nesbitt carved out her own identity and had a U.K. hit with "Stay Out" before landing just outside of the Top Ten with her full-length debut, 2014's Peroxide. She has also written songs for artists such as Jessie Ware and Olivia Holt.

Her debut for Cooking Vinyl was 2018's Somebody Special EP. Its title song landed in Ireland's Top 100 and received official remixes by Leon Lour and R3hab. At the end of the year, Nesbitt's version of "Oh Holy Night" charted in Sweden. She toured in support of Rudimental in early 2019 before embarking on a headlining tour of the U.S. In the meantime, Cooking Vinyl released her second long-player, The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change, that February. Debuting just outside the Top 20 in the U.K., it featured production by Nesbitt, Fraser T. Smith (Adele, Gorillaz), Lostboy (Anne-Marie), and Jordan Riley (Dakota, Dan Caplen).

Tags : 2019, 10s, Nina Nesbitt