S O N G W R I T E R
‘Really smart but clearly authentic, natural [writing] from the heart’ - Simon Greenway, Vice President ASCAP
'A troubador on the up' - FV Music Blog
Raised as a product of humble Scandinavian heritage and English charm, Nina Sundstrom is a songwriter with strong roots and blossoming capabilities. Growing up in the professional environment of the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain while receiving an extensive home education on the folk and blues of the likes of Joni Mitchell, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Neil Young, she has developed a unique blend of musical aptitude and strong lyrical tendencies.
Honing her craft on the famously friendly York open mic scene, Nina discovered an undeniable love for co-writing and collaborative music. After working with renowned singer-songwriter Benjamin Francis Leftwich on pitches for artists with international success including a group who topped the US billboard charts, the pair continued to collaborate with vocal powerhouse Mitch Sanders, Danny O'Donahue (The Script) and Jonathan Quarmby at RAK studios (James Arthur, Lewis Capaldi).
Nina has recently received support from The Buddy Holly foundation, being invited to their sophomore songwriters week writing camp. This led to collaborations with Ivor Novello Winner Jamie Lawson, Ed Cosens (Reverend and the Makers) as well as others.