Nina Lindberg Nesbitt is a Scottish singer and songwriter.
Her track "Stay Out," which reached at number 21 on the UK Singles Chart in April 2013, is one of her two top 40 singles.
After garnering exposure on BBC Radio 1, her debut EP, The Apple Tree, was published in April 2012 and reached its highest point at No. 6 on the iTunes download charts as well as the top of the singer/songwriter list.
As a follow-up to "Stay Out," The Way in the World EP and single were released on July 23, 2013.
For a new John Lewis commercial campaign, she cut a cover of Fleetwood Mac's "Don't Stop" in August 2013, which peaked at number 61 on the charts. On February 17, 2014, Nesbitt released Peroxide, her self-titled debut album.
She has written songs for a variety of musicians, such as Olivia Holt, Don Diablo, Jessie Ware, and The Shires. The Sun Will Come Up, the Seasons Will Change, Nesbitt's second studio album, was published in February 2019.
The singer's career brings her an excellent income.
Nina Nesbitt's net worth is currently estimated at $3.3 million.
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Nina Nesbitt’s father is Mike.
Nina Nesbitt’s mother is Caty Nesbitt.
"Sometimes when I'm writing a song I'll get carried away with production when I'm only on the first verse, and that sacrifices the songwriting."
"Working with other people, it's hard to get them to make it sound like what you have in mind. Also, it's really expensive to get your tracks produced, so I thought if I could learn how to do it myself, I could make five albums in a month and it would be free, it would be me, and it would be everything that I'm doing."
"Moving to London was a culture shock, but in a really good way. I'm more aware now, and I'm less trusting of people in the music industry."
"Nothing makes me happier than writing a song that I think is good or that I want to play. Writing songs helps me."
"When I used to write songs, especially on my own, it was just me and a guitar."
"I really struggle to get up in the morning, but I also get my best ideas really late at night, when I'm trying to sleep."
"I don't think I'm delusional, but I'm definitely a dreamer; I definitely want to see the best in things and I believe in what I do."
Nina Nesbitt with her dog