The New Deluxe Version Of Nina Nesbitt's 'The Sun Will Come Up' Album Will Soothe Your Soul

Nina Nesbitt
Natalie Sakstrup

Nina Nesbitt

Scottish artist Nina Nesbitt released the deluxe version of her stunning album The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change on Friday (Nov. 22). 

The 29-track compilation -- titled The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change & The Flowers Will Fall -- includes an acoustic version of each original track from her vulnerable pop debut, as well as four additional tracks: "Black & Blue," "Ungrateful," "Still Waiting To Start," and an acoustic cover of Britney Spears' "Toxic," which the singer has spent the past year performing on tour. 

"I’m so pleased to present a deluxe version of my album," said Nesbitt in a press release. "It’s a huge thank you to all the fans that have supported this album or been there from the start and patiently waited for new music. The fan reaction and streaming success of The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change is way beyond anything I’d ever imagined so a deluxe edition feels like the perfect way to wrap it all up!"

The singer-songwriter also released a mini documentary with her deluxe album, titled The Sun Will Come Up (2011 - Now). The touching film features footage recorded from her childhood up to present day, including career highlights like touring with Ed Sheeran and getting through a difficult time after being dropped by a label. Produced by L.A. group GrandSon, the nine-minute video celebrates how far the singer has come since she was a teenager posting covers on YouTube. 

Listen to the emotional deluxe album and watch the mini documentary below. 


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