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Kate Nash

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Kate Nash
Excruciatingly crispy clear vocals from the world’s poshest self-confessed chav enunciate perfectly the break-up of a relationship on this latest, which see-saws wildly between Lily’s Lidl-rap and Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Blue Peter vowel-shaking dictum. It makes falling apart sound like a hop and a skip through Disneyland and converts the words “bitch” and “shit” into droplets of aural (liquid) gold. A-E-I-O-U indeed. Her elocution tutor would be so proud.

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