Kate Nash reveals second album title – exclusive

New album is set for release on April 19

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Kate Nash has exclusively revealed to NME.COM that the title of her forthcoming second album will be 'My Best Friend Is You'.

The follow-up to 2007's 'Made Of Bricks' is set for release on April 19 and was produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler. The first single from it, 'Doo Wah Do', will be released on April 12.

Nash recently revealed details of a host of intimate tour dates set for this month.

The tracklisting of 'My Best Friend Is You' is:

'You'll Never Listen'
'Kiss That Girl'
'Don't You Want To Share The Guilt?'
'I Just Love You More'
'Do Wah Doo'
'Higher Plane'
'I've Got A Secret'
'Oh Jay'
'Later On'
'Pickpocket'
'You Were So Far Away'
'I Hate Seagulls'


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