NINA by Larsen Sotelo1London based but originally from Berlin, Nina, shares the brand new video for her single ‘My Mistake’, a slice of her refreshing electronica/dream pop, out now via Aztec Records. For the highly cinematic synth driven track, Nina teamed up with songwriting duo Hunter As A Horse.

Nina has just finished a successful tour with Erasure in the US.

The single comes with the hypnotic track ‘Dark Rider’ as a b-side, a tale of speed and abandonment that carries on the theme of live fast and die young. Included in the release are two brilliant remixes, one by the amazing Bright Light Bright Light and the impressive synth wizard Big Black Delta.

‘Dark Rider’ is also included in ONE MORE COMPILATION VOL.1, out now on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify. ONE MORE COMPILATION VOL.1 is the fruit of FAME collaboration with Italian independent label ONE MORE LAB (

When did you start and who inspired you to become a singer?

I always wanted to sing for as long as I can remember. I guess I felt connected with music in such a unique way, that I could escape through it. I’ve had many artists that inspired me back then, like Cyndi Lauper, Erasure and Depeche Mode and I guess my music reflects that a little bit.ninaCan you talk a bit about your track ‘Dark Rider’?

Dark Rider is about escape. Taking a ride to nowhere. Breaking free of guilt or confinement. We recently did a very intimate acoustic session of this track in a studio in London with a complete different instrumentation, which was a great experience.

What kind of music do you listen to?

A lot of 80’s and 90’s like Duran Duran, David Bowie, Joy Division, INXS and new artists like Devan DuBoir, Thomas Azier and HAIM.

What’s coming next for you?

As soon as I’m back in the UK, I’m going into the studio to finish some new songs for my album. I look forward to some exciting collaborations too and to start planning my next UK and USA Tour.

‘Dark Rider’ is also available on ONE MORE COMPILATION Vol.1 – OUT NOW via ONE MORE LAB
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Top photo by Larsen Sotelo