Kate Nash to release new album 'Girl Talk' in March

The album will be preceded by the single '3am' - listen

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Kate Nash will release her third album, 'Girl Talk', on March 4.

The Brit Award winning singer will precede the release of the album with the single '3am', on February 18. You can listen to the track by clicking here.

Nash has called the album a "mission statement of what it's like to be a woman". It follows 2007's 'Made of Bricks' and 2010's 'My Best Friend Is You'. She plays an NME Awards Show at London's Sebright Arms on February 13.

'3am' comes after Nash's Christmas song 'Faith', which she posted online last month.

As well as acting in the forthcoming film Greetings From Tim Buckley about the late musician Jeff Buckley, Nash will be appearing in Newport State Of Mind filmmaker MJ Delaney's feature debut Powder Room, alongside Sheridan Smith and Jaime Winstone.

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