Kate Nash for 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer' themed Halloween show – ticket details

The London gig will take place at the Hackney Picturehouse on October 31

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Kate Nash is to play a Buffy The Vampire Slayer themed gig in London for Halloween.

The show will take place on October 31 at the Hackney Picturehouse.

Kate Nash is currently mastering her new album and will also be releasing an EP in the coming months. The Brit Award winning artist went to Los Angeles to write and record her as-yet-untitled third album, which will be released later this year. She released her debut 'Made Of Bricks' in 2007, and its follow-up, 'My Best Friend Is You', in 2010.

Of the new album she has said: "It's a real mix of angsty shouting, pop harmonies, surfy twangy sounding guitars and big bass sounds."

Earlier this year Nash received criticism for her new song 'Under-Estimate The Girl', and responded to it via a blog post on her Tumblr account.

The singer said that she will never return to making the same style of music as featured on her first two albums, adding that she believes "it is important to push boundaries, to try new things, and not to re-create."

She added: "Art and humans alike are supposed to grow and change. Jeez if I was still the same person I was when I was 16 that would be fucking shit!"

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