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Tuesday 02 August 2022

Nina Nesbitt Has No Time For Time-Wasters, Vibe Vultures & Karma Killers Ahead Of Show @ Chalk Brighton

No Time (For My Life To Suck), from Nina Nesbitt is the antithesis to drama both IRL (in real life) and on social media, a rejection of the time-wasters, vibe vultures and karma killers that have a midas touch for making life worse. 
Credit: Natalie Sakstrup

Not that Nina is getting worn down by them. Instead she waves them farewell with the kind of flighty, feelgood playful pop that renders their powers of pessimism obsolete.

Nina says: 

"I wrote 'No Time (For My Life To Suck)' to be the soundtrack for the summer of our lives! 

"It's here to cleanse people of any negative vibes, there is truly no time for them." 


The song is one of several Älskar album tracks that Nina recorded during sessions in Sweden. 
 
When there's no time for your life to suck, you also don't have time to tell people that. 
 
Älskar is about love in all of its raw and often complicated forms, covering relationships, family, friends and self-worth. 

Nina adds: 

"Making this album was a completely different experience to anything I've made before, although a lot of the music was created remotely, I feel that I've processed so much and learnt a lot about the relationships in my life during the last few years. 

"I wanted to capture all types of love in their raw forms, whether it be romantic, heartbreak, friendship, coming of age, familial or self love."

Nina Nesbitt plays Chalk, Brighton, on 14th November 2022. Click here for tickets.

by: Mike Cobley




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