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Nina Nesbitt - 'Stay Out'

Nina's got beef...with everyone.

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Nina Nesbitt looks sweet, but is the Scottish singer actually having a dig at the entire new music scene on this bouncy acoustic-guitar track? Boys who think they’re from the ’60s but were born in the ’90s are attacked (The Strypes). People in checked shirts and chinos are mocked (King Krule). Anyone with a peace sign tattoo (sorry, Peace)? Time to run – Nina’s got your number. 
 
Sian Rowe

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