|Studio album by Nina Nesbitt|
|Released||14 February 2014|
|Nina Nesbitt chronology|
|Singles from Peroxide|
|The Daily Telegraph|||
|Drowned in Sound||(3/10)|
|The Irish Times|||
Peroxide is the debut album by Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt. The album features new material and old songs from her past EPs. It was released on 17 February 2014. After the release of the album, Nesbitt will embark on a 3-show tour including Manchester, London and her home town of Edinburgh. The album was produced by Nesbitt with Jake Gosling (Paloma Faith, Ed Sheeran, One Direction) and Iain Archer (Example, Snow Patrol, Jake Bugg).
Despite being at number one on Wednesday's mid-week chart, with a small lead, following the Brit Awards that night giving coverage to other bands and singers, including Arctic Monkeys and Bastille, it only reached number 11 on the album chart on Sunday, 23 February. However, in Nesbitt's native Scotland, the album entered at number one on the Scottish Albums Chart, selling 45% more than its nearest competitor.
On 9 February 2014 Nesbitt released "Selfies" as the official lead single from the album; the single has peaked at number 40 in the UK Singles Chart, making it her second UK Top 40 single.
|1.||"Peroxide"||Nina Nesbitt||Jake Gosling||3:31|
|2.||"Stay Out"||Nesbitt, Iain Archer||Gosling, Archer||2:43|
|3.||"Selfies"||Nesbitt, Thom Kirkpatrick||James Earp||3:26|
|4.||"Two Worlds Away"||Nesbitt||Gosling||3:25|
|5.||"Align"||Nesbitt, Jake Gosling, Chris Leonard||Gosling||3:58|
|6.||"Mr. C"||Nesbitt, Lily Allen, Steve Mac, Karen Poole||Mac||2:42|
|7.||"He's the One I'm Bringing Back"||Nesbitt, Nick Hodgson||Gosling||3:01|
|8.||"18 Candles"||Nesbitt, Gosling, Leonard||Gosling, Matt Furmidge, Alex Smith||3:13|
|9.||"Tough Luck"||Nesbitt, Gosling||Gosling||3:18|
|10.||"The Outcome"||Nesbitt, Archer||Gosling||3:22|
|11.||"Hold You" (featuring Kodaline)||Nesbitt||Earp||5:28|
|12.||"We'll Be Back for More"||Nesbitt, Rune Westberg||Gosling, Archer||3:20|
|13.||"The Hardest Part"||Nesbitt||Earp||4:02|
|Deluxe edition (bonus tracks)|
|14.||"Some You Win"||Nesbitt, Gosling, Leonard||Gosling||3:34|
|15.||"Bright Blue Eyes"||Nesbitt||Earp||4:09|
|16.||"Brit Summer"||Nesbitt, Archer||Archer||3:09|
|17.||"Don't Stop"||Christine McVie||Earp||2:46|
|18.||"Not What Your Dad Wants to Know"||Nesbitt||Earp||2:59|
|19.||"The Apple Tree"||Nesbitt, Gosling, Leonard||Gosling||2:51|
|Irish Albums (IRMA)||40|
|Scottish Albums (OCC)||1|
|UK Albums (OCC)||11|
|Australia||14 February 2014||
|Ireland||Digital download, CD|
|United Kingdom||17 February 2014|
|Japan||19 February 2014||Digital download|
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