Duo Of Beasts and The Moon take to the stage and do their best. With a mostly disinterested audience, not helped by Sean at times being appallingly loud, it is only when Mia performs that few heads turn to listen. ‘Another Friend’ is good, but they exit to almost as little attention as they started with.Olivia Sebastianelli fares better. ‘Perfect Getaway’, makes for a good start but it is her decision to play a new song, ‘Oblivion’ which then leads into ‘Despite The Way’ which works in her favour – with a hand-clap soon echoing around the room, she steps off stage having earned more fans.In front of a packed crowd, Nina kicks off her set with ‘Peroxide’ - she soon has dozens of hands in the air – and then proving herself to be a multi-talented individual, taking a seat at the keyboard, she performs ‘Say Something’ before ‘Mr C’ has her back on the guitar and kicking up the tempo again.Asking for quiet, she gives a rendition of ‘The Hardest Part’ which is the highlight of the night. Her vocal is almost haunting, goose-bumps prickling up on the arms of many before her.Adding a twist to the show, Nina says there is a surprise for those who agreed to have their photo taken before the show began and all is soon revealed with the performance of ‘Selfies’, the backdrop dimming to reveal a scrolling photo wall. Closing with ‘Stay Out’ and leaving the stage to join her fans at the front, there is little doubt in the minds of those present that bigger and better things lie ahead for this young woman from Edinburgh.