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Kate Nash

Foundations (Fiction)

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Foundations (Fiction)What at first seemed like a record with more than a whiff of novelty quickly revealed itself to instead be a sort of modern-day ‘Walk On By’. And even the miserable sods who couldn’t abide the whole “bitt-ah”/“fitt-ah” business were surely unable to resist the bitter-sweet twist in the tail of 2007’s most unlikely smash hit.

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