The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change

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The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change
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Studio album by
Released1 February 2019 (2019-02-01)
Genre
Length46:00
LabelCooking Vinyl
Producer
Nina Nesbitt chronology
Life in Colour
(2016)
The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change
(2019)
Singles from The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change
  1. "The Moments I'm Missing"
    Released: 14 July 2017
  2. "The Best You Had"
    Released: 8 September 2017
  3. "Somebody Special"
    Released: 11 January 2018
  4. "Loyal to Me"
    Released: 10 August 2018
  5. "Colder"
    Released: 30 November 2018
  6. "Is It Really Me You're Missing"
    Released: 1 February 2019
  7. "Love Letter"
    Released: 19 April 2019
  8. "Black & Blue"
    Released: 13 September 2019
  9. "Toxic"
    Released: 25 October 2019

The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change is the second studio album by Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt, released on 1 February 2019 through Cooking Vinyl. "Loyal to Me" was released as a single from the album.[1] Nesbitt embarked on a headline tour of North America and the United Kingdom from February to April 2019 in support of the album, which visited 26 venues.[2][3]

Background[edit]

The album had been worked on by Nesbitt for three years and is more pop-focused than her previous material.[2] Nesbitt stated that it is "the album I always wanted to make on my own terms. It's an honest account of somebody in their early '20s, giving a real window into their often ever changing life."[4]

Music[edit]

"The Best You Had" has been called "R&B-tinged" and an "unusually honest breakup track", while "The Moments I'm Missing", produced in Nesbitt's bedroom, was called "multi-layered" with a story behind it.[4][1] "Somebody Special" was noted as a "love song with a twist" and a "self-love anthem", and "Is It Really Me You're Missing?" was originally intended for Rihanna.[4][1]

Track listing[edit]

Adapted from iTunes.[5]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Sacred"Nina Lindberg NesbittJordan Riley2:37
2."The Moments I'm Missing"Nesbitt
  • Nesbitt
  • Riley
3:46
3."The Best You Had"
  • Nesbitt
  • Riley
Riley2:56
4."Colder"Fraser T. Smith3:08
5."Loyal to Me"
  • Nesbitt
  • Michael Gormley
  • Edward Conor James Butler
Smith3:13
6."Somebody Special"
  • Nesbitt
  • Dan Muckala
  • Brianna Kennedy
Muckala3:20
7."Is It Really Me You're Missing?"Red Triangle3:52
8."Love Letter"
Smith3:34
9."Empire"NesbittLostboy3:34
10."Chloe"
  • Nesbitt
  • Peter "Lostboy" Rycroft
Lostboy3:54
11."Things I Say When You Sleep"NesbittLostboy3:36
12."Last December"NesbittLostboy4:55
13."The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change"NesbittLostboy3:35
Total length:46:00
The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change & The Flowers Will Fall
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Black & Blue"
  • Nina Nesbitt
  • Rick Markowitz
  • Micah Premnath
3:11
2."Ungrateful"
  • Nesbitt
  • Alex Smith
  • Paul Barry
2:42
3."Toxic"3:59
4."Still Waiting To Start"
3:04
5."Sacred (Acoustic)"
  • Nesbitt
2:23
6."The Moments I'm Missing (Stripped)"
  • Nesbitt
4:18
7."The Best You Had (Acoustic)"3:19
8."Colder (Acoustic)"
3:25
9."Loyal To Me (Acoustic)"
  • Nesbitt
  • Michael Gormley
  • Edward Conor James Butler
3:12
10."Somebody Special (Acoustic)"
  • Nesbitt
  • Dan Muckala
  • Brianna Kennedy
3:39
11."Is It Really Me You're Missing (Acoustic)"3:53
12."Love Letter (Acoustic)"
3:36
13."Empire (Acoustic)"
  • Nesbitt
3:10
14."Chloe (Acoustic)"
  • Nesbitt
  • Lost Boy
3:27
15."Things I Say When You Sleep (Acoustic)"
  • Nesbitt
3:12
16."Last December (Acoustic)"Nesbitt4:32
17."The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change (Acoustic)"Nesbitt2:27

Charts[edit]

Chart (2019) Peak
position
Irish Albums (IRMA)[6] 43
Scottish Albums (OCC)[7] 5
UK Albums (OCC)[8] 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Wass, Mike (30 October 2018). "Nina Nesbitt Announces Sophomore LP, 'The Sun Will Come Up'". Idolator. Retrieved 8 November 2018.
  2. ^ a b Ding, Sophie (7 November 2018). "Nina Nesbitt Announces 2019 North American Tour". Billboard. Retrieved 8 November 2018.
  3. ^ Frometa, RJ (19 November 2018). "Nina Nesbitt Announces UK Headline Tour". Vents Magazine. Retrieved 21 November 2018.
  4. ^ a b c "Nina Nesbitt Announces North American Headlining Tour". Broadway World. 7 November 2018. Retrieved 8 November 2018.
  5. ^ "The Sun Will Come up, The Seasons Will Change by Nina Nesbitt on Apple Music". Apple Music. Retrieved 8 November 2018.
  6. ^ "Irish Albums Chart: 8 February 2019". Irish Recorded Music Association. Retrieved 9 February 2019.
  7. ^ "Official Scottish Albums Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 9 February 2019.
  8. ^ "Official Albums Chart Top 100". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 9 February 2019.