Nina June Shares “The Great Reveal (feat. Jon Bryant)” From ‘Meet Me on the Edge of Our Ruin’ (Nov 26)

November 12, 2021 BY Nettwerk

What The Press Is Saying About Nina June:

“Throughout her career, Nina has always created cinematic pop songs that deftly tell the tales of complex forms of human connection. The latest album and track are no exception” – FLAUNT
“’…a sweeping regal offering from June, driven by a steady tambourine-led beat and gorgeous swelling strings. The effect is undeniably cinematic…” – Under The Radar

“I am a fan of her powerful, dynamic vocal delivery that beautifully conveys the emotion of her storytelling which flows effortlessly and has a magical, dreamy touch that I find very captivating” – EARMILK

“Wise words from a splendid talent” – Glide Magazine

“This music definitely belongs to the ”iconic” category” – LeFuturewave

“a devastating and ethereal vocal that feels timeless and pure” – We All Want Someone To Shout For

Amsterdam-based, silver-blonde songstress Nina June shares her 2021 full-length album, Meet Me on The Edge of Our Ruin (out November 26 via Nettwerk Records), ten tracks of eloquent strings, artful arrangements, glistening keys, airy guitars, and organic sound design. An album about memories and how they monumentalize the most important moments of loss like ruins on the path to the present.

Those ruins represent things we’ve lost,” she explains. “It could be friendships I’ve lost or people who I’ve truly loved in my life and moved on from. At the same time, we leave behind so many ruins as human beings. I’ve been a vegetarian since the age of six and a vegan for three years. I don’t understand why we as a species destroy our planet, leaving behind so much beauty. A ruin is anything I look back on and think, ‘That was once undamaged, now it’s broken and abandoned. Somewhere in there hides beauty. What direction am I going to take from here?’”

Out today, she shares “The Great Reveal” co-written with singer-songwriter Jon Bryant and Ben Cramer (Old Sea Brigade). Featuring additional vocals from Bryant, the elegant ballad unfurls as the two vocalists entwine with an admission, “I can’t leave you, even though you could.” “It’s about a relationship that is over, but you still feel the other person in everything you do,” she says. “That person is still with you all of the time, and it keeps you from moving on.

Jon adds, “working on this song with Nina and Ben was a pleasure. It’s not often that I come out of a songwriting session and think to myself how special the song is. I really love the build and progression in the melody. It has a soul and vibe that I immediately felt and fell in love with. It was an honour to be a part of this song.”

In addition to new music, Nina shares 2021 & 2022 tour dates in The Netherlands, Germany, and the UK. See dates below.

Meet Me on The Edge of Our Ruin is available at all digital retailers here:

Track List:

1. Build a Boat
2. Jeremiah Blue
3. Rainbow Ashes
4. World on Fire
5. Beneath The Surface
6. The Great Reveal (feat. Jon Bryant)
7. Like an Enemy
8. Our Garden
9. I Call Love In
10. Trust Fall

Tour Dates:

02.12.2021       Amsterdam, NL @ Melkweg

03.12.2021       Rotterdam, NL @ De Doelen

11.12.2021       Den Bosch, NL @ Willem Twee – Toonzaal

12.12.2021       Zwolle, NL @ Hedon

18.01.2022       Dresden, DE @ Beatpol

19.01.2022       Dortmund, DE @ FZW

20.01.2022       Hamburg, DE @ Nochtwache

21.01.2022       Berlin, DE @ Kantine Am Berghain

27.01.2022       London, UK @ The Grace

05.02.2022       Utrecht, NL @ Tivolivredenburg