‘Peroxide’ is the culmination of more than two years’ hard work. The title track kicks things off with a toe-tapping piece of pop while Nina’s hugely distinctive vocals are well demonstrated on the hit ‘Stay Out’ – the kind of catchy tune she has become so successfully associated with. Latest single ‘Selfies’ is a slight break away from what listeners might expect, and while ‘Two Worlds Away’ is one of the weaker offerings, ‘Align’ offers up the first ballad of the album so far giving Nina chance to really show what she can do.‘He’s The One I’m Bringing Back’ is a highlight and dozens of listeners will no doubt soon enough be cranking it as loud as they can. The whole album has a detectable Scottish vibe to it; fitting since Nina hails from Edinburgh, but such is really highlighted with the introduction of ‘Candles’.Performing with Kodaline, ‘Hold You’ adds a whole new dimension to the album with the most thought-provoking, emotive song she’s written so far, likely to divide fans over whether they like it or not and with the tear-jerker over, ‘We’ll Be Back For More’ is set to have fans dancing at their desks or around their bedrooms.Ending an album with a ballad is something that doesn’t always work, but the choice to do so with ‘The Right Time’, is a brave, but successful one. The standard edition of the album lacks her hugely successful rendition of ‘Don’t Stop’ and yet despite this, aged just 19, Nina has presented an album hugely worthy of the ongoing success it is likely to bring her.