Scottish singer Nina Nesbitt plays at King Tut’s

Scottish star Nina Nesbitt returns to Scotland to play at Glasgow’s iconic music venue King Tut’s on 18th March 2022 for an intimate show, marking her first visit back to the venue since 2016. Tickets will be available for purchase from 9am on Friday 18th February via

The Scottish singer who has collaborated with artists with the likes of Seeb, Don Diablo and many others, recently shared her new single “When You Lose Someone” to her global fan base whom she established with her second album ‘The Sun Will Come Up’. Raising the bar for her upcoming work, the single comes as she continues work on her eagerly anticipated new album, which will follow later this year.

Actively present in the music scene since 2012, the Scottish singer- songwriter has 2 studio albums, 8 extended plays and 20 singles. With a growing following that is continuing to expand, the musician rose to stardom after the release of her second album – with top performing tracks in the charts that contributed to the artists’ global fame.

Born in Livingston, the star now has a mass following worldwide with over two million monthly listeners on Spotify – as well as a mass following on Instagram where she regularly interacts with fans. The artist, who’s last album was launched three years ago, has been releasing singles such as ‘Life’s a Bitch’, ‘Sweet Dreams & Dynamite’ and more recently ‘When You Lose Someone’ however, fans are more eager to get their hands on the musicians anticipated upcoming album which is expected the top the success of her second album.

As well as producing her own music which now reaches millions, the star had previously supported artists such as Example, Jess Glynne and James Arthur. Regularly coming out of her comfort zone to produce tasteful music for her fan base, the Scottish artist is now recognised as one of the top musicians in Scotland as well as the UK, reaching great success during her career.