Pop leaning singer-songwriter Nina Schofield is poised to announce a brand new track with the arrival of ‘Thriving’ this November. Following on from her recent summer hit ‘The Gift’, featured as a live performance in the hit BBC Richard Gere drama ‘Mother, Father Son’, Nina returns with an enticing, introspective synth-pop offering with hints of soul and R&B.

LISTEN TO “THRIVING”

She says: “Thriving is about removing yourself from a toxic situation that holds you back and choosing to thrive in your life, rather than just survive it. Writing this song was such a therapy for me – a massive release and a big celebration of how I had taken back control in my life and now made decisions for myself, instead of trying to please others around me.”

Nina Schofield’s star is on the rise. Having laid down the gauntlet with a No.4 iTunes chart hit, nominations for Best Female Artist on both sides of the Atlantic (Best of British Music Awards and Best Female Vocal Artist in the Hollywood Music in Media) and vocals alongside Emma Bunton on the national ad campaign for the Channel 5 show ‘Don’t Stop Believing’ (sharing the bill with the likes of The Black Eyed Peas, Jeff Beck, Gnarls Barkley and Lily Allen). Added to which she co-wrote and co-worked with Oscar, Grammy and Golden Globe winners and nominees with a striking list of names such as Morrisey’s Richard Niles, Gabrielle Aplin’s Tom Wilding and Orbital’s Lloyd Perrin.

Her previous single ‘Imaginary Love’ taken from her highly acclaimed album SHAPES was played on radio stations such as Breeze BBC Radio and many London shows. Top that off with a follow up single ‘My Life’ and a top 10 in the Music Week Commercial Charts. Alongside this Nina continues to write and release music with chart topping producers and writers all over the world and has just returned from a trip to New York where she was interviewed as part of a brand new music documentary about the American’s Got Talent winner Grace Vanderwaal.

‘Thriving’ is available now on all digital platforms and tour dates to be announced very soon.