Nina Nesbitt is a London-based singer-songwriter. Not too long ago, she released “Colder”, a delicious pop tune from her EP bearing the same title. Also, the track will be featured on her upcoming album, entitled, “The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change”.
Nina Nesbitt – “Colder”
“When the good guys come why’d you run away? Why’d you hurt them? Well, I’ll tell you. When you’re young and you get your heart broken. And he leaves, leaves the scars open. When you can’t believe it’s over that’s when you get a little colder.” – lyrics
‘Colder’ contains a relatable storyline, enjoyable pop vocals, and energetic instrumentation produced by Fraser T Smith (Stormzy, Adele, Drake, Florence and the Machine).
Also, the song tells a tale of a woman who becomes coldhearted just so she can protect her heart from future heartaches.
“‘Colder’ is a song written about watching people fall in love for the first time and being in awe of how fearlessly they fall. It talks about the aftermath of heartbreak and how you become a lot more cautious when it comes to falling for someone because you know the pain it can cause. I don’t think it’s necessarily a bad thing to be colder but when you find the right person it’s important to be able to let them in.” – Nina Nesbitt
‘Colder’ was the last song that Nesbitt co-wrote for her album. It was written with her friend Thomas in London, England. The release comes hot on the heels of “Loyal to Me”, which has amassed over 120 million streams online.
Nina Nesbitt – “Loyal to Me”
In the meantime, while we wait for Nina Nesbitt’s album, let’s check out her “Colder” EP via Spotify.
“He put down the chords, went to the kitchen to make food, and left me on loop with an SM7 microphone recording. By the time he came back I’d written the topline, it just came from nowhere. It was a really easy song to write but one of the most difficult to produce because it started as a piano ballad but I wanted it to be different to stand out on the album.” – Nesbitt talks about the creation of her “Colder” single
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