Nina Nesbitt laments a painful break-up in 'The Best You Had', for which she has now released a new video. It's all about the hurt one feels when an ex-lover moves on to someone else - a feeling that Nina Nesbitt has no doubt been familiar with in the past.
It's been more than three years since she released her debut album 'Peroxide', and while she's dropped three EPs since then (2014's 'Nina Nesbitt', 2016's 'Modern Love' and 'Life in Colour' also from 2016), she's yet to announce a second full-length project.
'The Best You Had' follows her other new single 'The Moments I'm Missing', which was streamed over 2.5 million times on Spotify. Last year, she signed to indie label Cooking Vinyl, and revealed that she had plans for another album this year, though that is yet to come to fruition.
The singer has three big UK dates coming up in November. She'll appear at The Garage in London on November 20th, Manchester's Sound Control on November 21st and The Art School in Glasgow on November 22nd. This year has also seen her perform at British Summer Time Hyde Park, as well as her sold-out show at London's Camden Assembly.
'Smalls Change (Meditations Upon Ageing)' arrives in April.
The two awards have made for a great 72nd birthday present for the country music icon.