December 2, 2013 16:57

Kate Nash unveils Christmas EP

'Have Faith With Kate Nash' is streaming online now

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Kate Nash has put out a Christmas EP – listen to it below.

'Have Faith With Kate Nash' is streaming now online. The five-track release features new material such as festive break-up track 'I Hate You This Christmas' and traditional carols 'Silent Night' and 'Auld Lang Syne'.

"I just love Christmas and the old-fashioned tradition of writing original material for it," Kate says in a statement. "I wrote the song 'Faith' for (US magazine) Rookie issue last year and I loved that so much I wanted to continue this year. Maybe I'll have a full Christmas album soon!"

She continues: "'I Hate You This Christmas' is about a break up ruining your holiday really, someone cheating on you and going home and being embarrassed to tell your parents. Being broken-hearted at Christmas sucks!"

Kate Nash released her third album 'Girl Talk' in March 2013. It was the follow up to her 2007 debut 'Made Of Bricks' and 2010's 'My Best Friend Is You'.

She is currently starring in British film Powder Room alongside Jaime Winstone, Sheridan Smith and Oona Chaplin.

The 'Have Faith With Kate Nash' tracklisting is as follows:

'I Hate You This Christmas'
'Silent Night'
'*Tuts "Christmas Is In The Air"'
'Auld Lang Syne'
'Faith'




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