Kate Nash announces UK tour

New single 'Foundations' also confirmed for release

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Kate Nash has announced she is to embark on a full UK tour.

The jaunt kicks off in Brighton on May 19 and ends in Sheffield in July.

The dates will coincide with the release of the singer's debut single 'Foundations' on June 18.

The dates are as follows:

The Great Escape Festival (May 19)
Reading Fez Club (20)
Leeds Cockpit (25)
Bristol Fiddlers (26)
Nottingham Rock City (27)
Birmingham Glee (29)
London ICA (31)
Wakefield Escobar (June 2)
Manchester Late Room (3)
Liverpool The Loft (4)
York Fibbers (5)
Edinburgh Henry's (7)
Aberdeen Tunnels (8)
Dundee Reading Rooms (9)
Glasgow King Tut's (10)
Newcastle Cluny (12)
Exeter Cavern (14)
Cardiff Clwb Ifor Bach (15)
Sheffield Leadmill (July 23)


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