Having a body of work that best reflects who you are is the goal of all artists. Not all of them achieve this, but when they do it is magnificent. Scottish pop singer Nina Nesbitt can gladly join that club.

Her latest album, The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change, is filled with sad bangers that help you get up in the morning and take on another day. Nesbitt doesn’t shy away from singing about feelings we all feel but are too afraid to speak of (such as unrequited love, confusion of the world around us, not feeling enough for someone else, etc.) and with that honesty she’s been able to make an album that’ll easily stand the test of time. This marks Nesbitt’s second appearance on the podcast - here she talks to Ken Grand-Pierre about how her album came to be.

“These are the songs I always wanted to make, but didn’t know how.”

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