Kate Nash wants to share Girl Talk on spring 2013 UK tour
Posted: 14th January 2013
Former BRIT-winner to plug new material on headline jaunt, tickets go on sale now
One of the hottest names to come out of a bedroom since Bensons, London's perky priestess of pop Kate Nash still has plenty to sing and talk about, despite leaving behind the days of writing and performing songs at home.
In fact, Nash's career really has been the stuff of dreams - from BRIT School to BRIT Awards, the still-young songwriter has risen from MySpace sensation to global cult-figure who has played to audiences in North and South America, as well as European festivals. Not forgetting "Made of Bricks", her chirpy debut-album that reigned at #1 in the charts in 2007 and spawned her still-biggest hit, "Foundations". And she's only just twenty-bleedin'-five years old.
2013 sees another transitional period for Nash who has enough song-writing armoury to wield a recent EP ("Death Proof") and a forthcoming third album, "Girl Talk" (due in April and currently being compiled with the help of Pledge Music donations).
To support the album, Kate Nash will be out on a lengthy tour in April, starting with Nottingham on the 6th and followed by Preston, Newcastle, Aberdeen and lots more until an intimate gathering at London's historic 100 Club on 1st May.
Tickets on sale now - Prices start at £12.50.
In addition to these close-up shows, Nash will be performing two shows in February - the first is a warm-up in Reading on 12th Feb (on sale now - £12.50) and a NME Awards Show at Bethnal Green's Seabright Arms on the 13th (sold out).