04/21 – Neptune Theatre – Seattle, WA
04/23 – The Masonic – San Francisco, CA
04/25 – The Observatory North Park – San Diego, CA
04/26 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA
04/28 – Ogden Theatre – Denver, CO
04/30 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX
05/01 – House of Blues – Houston, TX
05/03 – House of Blues – Orlando, FL
05/04 – Buckhead Theatre – Atlanta, GA
05/05 – Mercy Lounge – Nashville, TN
05/07 – Riviera Theatre – Chicago, IL
05/08 – The Fillmore Minneapolis – Minneapolis, MN
05/10 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH
05/11 – The Fillmore Detroit – Detroit, MI
05/13 – History – Toronto, ON
05/14 – MTELUS – Montreal, QC
05/16 – The Fillmore Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
05/17 – House of Blues – Boston, MA
05/19 – The Fillmore Silver Spring – Silver Spring, MD
05/20 – Pier 17 – New York, NY

​​ Nina Nesbitt lines up a big year ahead with the release of her brand-new single ‘When You Lose Someone.’ It comes as she continues work on her eagerly anticipated new album, which will follow later this year.
Exploring the overwhelming intensity of grief, Nina wrote the song during a time of introspection and emotional turmoil. Set to mournful strings and elegant piano, Nina’s voice is full of feeling and longing as she candidly comes to terms with the situation. “It’s not something that just fades overnight,” she sings, “It’s something that stays for the rest of your life.”
‘When You Lose Someone’ also has another trait of a classic pop song – the ability to be interpreted in different but immensely personal ways. For some it will be about the death of a loved one, for others it will be about a break-up or even separated by distance. Whatever it means to the listener, Nina’s performance is a warm comforting hug of a song that reminds listeners that they’re not the only one battling through such emotions.

Speaking about the track, Nina reveals, “Whether someone has passed away or for whatever reason isn’t in your life anymore, grief has many forms and facets. Learning to be without someone you love is one of the hardest things.’’
Also announced, Nina is confirmed to join British singer and songwriter, James Arthur for a North American Spring Tour. The 20-date run kicks off April 21st in Seattle, and includes performances in Los AngelesDallasAtlantaChicagoBoston, and more, before concluding on May 20th with a show at Pier 17 in New York City. To purchase tickets and see a full list of upcoming dates, please visit
‘When You Lose Someone’ serves as the follow up to ‘Life’s A Bitch’, with its intricately textured alt-pop-meets-80s vibes.  Check out a beautiful acoustic performance of the song HERE, directed by Jon Stone.
Nina’s new music follows the huge global fanbase she established with her second album ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change’. That project accumulated over 530 million streams, including 100 million+ for the Radio 1 playlisted ‘The Best You Had’ – a song that won over famous fans led by Taylor Swift and Chloë Grace Moretz. ‘The Sun Will Come Up…’ and its subsequent deluxe edition elevated Nina to a place in Spotify’s Top 500 artists in the world while her tracks have featured on over a thousand of the platform’s playlists.  That album raised the bar for the singer, songwriter, and producer as she emerged from a rising prospect to an artist with a global reputation. The album amassed a staggering half-a-billion streams (including for the now classic ‘Loyal To Me’ which was Top 10 most added at Top 40 radio) and propelled her into Spotify’s top 500 artists in the world. Earning acclaim from the likes of Marie Claire who praised the album for its “Joyful, dance-y pop with wrenching indie ballads, displaying a newfound maturity in the…songwriting,” and Billboard Magazine who hailed it “an iridescent work of pop mastery, showcasing Nesbitt’s proficiency as a songwriter, vocalist and producer,” with V Magazine proclaiming, “’The Sun Will Come Up’… captures the precise moment an artist finds herself blossoming into a full-blown pop star.”
Nina’s growing global reputation was further emphasized when she was named by Taylor Swift during her acceptance speech for the Woman of the Decade Award at Billboard’s Women in Music event. Nina would go on to win her own Women in Music Award, this time at the 2021 Scottish Music Awards.

Other highlights of 2021 included hitting #1 on TikTok UK’s Hot 50 with ‘Summer Fling’, collaborating with Seeb on ‘Sweet Dreams & Dynamite’ (which was also remixed by The Sticksman Project), and headlining the first ever Metaverse Festival alongside deadmau5 and Paris Hilton. Nina was included in an international campaign with Tiffany for their new Rose Gold perfume. It features her modernist take on The Beatles’ classic ‘All You Need Is Love.’ Watch the ad HERE.
Her collaborations to date have included countless collaborations, from dance acts Deacon (‘Long Run’), NOTD (‘Cry Dancing’) and R3HAB (‘Family Values’), to singer-songwriters Sasha Sloan and Charlotte Lawrence (‘Psychopath’) and global stars Jonas Blue (‘Desperate’) and Sigala (‘Somebody’). A particular highlight was teaming up with Ranji and WHITENO1SE. The duo had remixed ‘The Moments I’m Missing’ and dropped it at Ultra Music Festival, the reaction being so big that Nina subsequently joined them at a show in Mexico City in front of 20,000 people. Nina started 2021 by performing as a special guest at Liam Payne’s livestream event ‘LP Show Act 4’. In addition to her own set, she also joined him for the duet ‘For You’.