Kate Nash announces new EP 'Death Proof'

EP features a cover of The Kinks' 'All Day And All Of The Night'

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Kate Nash has announced details of a new EP, titled 'Death Proof'.

The EP will feature her Halloween track 'Frie-end' as well as a cover of The Kinks' 'All Day And All Of The Night' and will be released on November 19.

The release will be a taster for Nash's forthcoming third album 'Girl Talk' – which is due for release early next year. Speaking to NME about the LP earlier this year, which was recorded in LA, she said: "It's a real mix of angsty shouting, pop harmonies, surfy twangy sounding guitars and big bass sounds."

The tracklisting to 'Death Proof' is as follows:

'Death Proof'
'Fri-end?'
'I Want A Boyfriend With A Car'
'All Day And All Of The Night'
'May Queen'


Last month, Kate Nash was joined by a cast of friends including Emmy The Great to cover tracks from the 2001 musical episode of cult TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Once More, With Feeling for Halloween. Nash dressed as a season one era high-school Buffy, while Emmy The Great took on the rose of Willow to sing through songs including 'Going Through The Motions' and 'Where Do We Go From Here' at the Hackney Picturehouse in London.

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