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Kate Nash condemns plastic pollution in new track ‘Trash’

Kate Nash condemns plastic pollution in new track ‘Trash’
Kate Nash has released a track, titled ‘Trash’, that condemns environmental pollution. The singer has said she was inspired to write the song after being asked to take part in an art exhibition using single use plastics. Lyrics include the lines, “Impure toxic devotion runs through me like river to a plastic ocean. Chemicals burn inside my heart, I’m holding on...

“Music’s #MeToo moment is coming”: Kate Nash on ‘GLOW’ and the legacy of her debut ‘Made Of Bricks’

Kate Nash knows a thing or two about fighting to find her place. After two successful, mainstream albums in the late noughties (2007's 'Made of Bricks' and 2010's 'My Best Friend Is You'), she was dropped by her record label via – via text, no less – and struck out on her own, self-releasing 2013's riot grrrl-influenced 'Girl Talk'...

‘Glow’ star Alison Brie: ‘In our show, anyone could break their neck at any time’

Glow season 2
If you’re one of those people who thinks everything was better in the ‘80s, then surprise Netflix hit 'Glow' will be right up your street. Stuffed with huge hair, massive pop anthems and a whole lot of drama, season one took a look at the lives of a group of female wrestlers on a brand new, lycra-tastic TV show. Now,...

Kate Nash blames “male naivety” for lack of female musicians at festivals

Kate Nash
Kate Nash has hit out at male-dominated festivals saying bookers were showing "naivety" in not booking more diverse acts. Read 'Yesterday Was Forever' album review here.  Speaking to Digital Spy, the singer and star of Netflix comedy GLOW said the industry must improve representation. "It's got to be the people booking the festivals - I don't know this as fact, but I would...

Kate Nash – ‘Yesterday Was Forever’ review

Yesterday Was Forever
"I still exist u twat,” Kate Nash wrote in a scathing but moving response to a Buzzfeed article last year, claiming that her only place was in “the memory of millennials". Right on. Not only did she survive the indie landfill, Nash thrived outside of it. She was a wunderkind from the Brit School before becoming a MySpace phenomenon, and the polka-dot indie-pop...

Kate Nash is back with a ‘teenage diary’ album

Yesterday Was Forever
Kate Nash has announced details of her fourth studio album, 'Yesterday Was Forever'. The musician last released an album in 2013 with 'Girl Talk'. Since then, she has starred in the Netflix comedy about a female wrestling group called GLOW, playing the character of Rhonda, and released an EP titled 'Agenda' last April. 'Yesterday Was Forever' will be released...

VO5 NME Awards 2018: Where are the winners from 2008 now?

2008 winners
Ah, 2008 - it only seems like yesterday, in some ways. But much time has passed - a whole decade! - and things have changed a lot since those heady days. Bands have come and gone, had career bests and confusing lows, gotten even bigger, or moved into another artistic field altogether. Join us as we look back on...

Kate Nash hits back at BuzzFeed article about how she no longer “exists”

Kate Nash
Kate Nash has criticised BuzzFeed following an article that jokingly claimed that the singer no longer "exists". Nash's latest musical release was her 'Agenda' EP in April. She currently stars in the Netflix wrestling comedy-drama series GLOW. BuzzFeed recently posted a list titled '33 Singers That Only Exist In The Memories Of British Millennials', referencing acts that rose to fame in...

Kate Nash’s new music video is a celebration of the NHS

Kate Nash new video NHS
Kate Nash's new video for latest single 'Call Me' is a celebration of the NHS and community spirit. Exclusive NME offer: Save £10 on Amazon Music Unlimited plans with code NME10 Filmed at the Michael Sobell Hospice in Northwood, London, the centre cares for local people facing life-limiting illnesses. Nash explained that it's where her mother – a nurse for over 40 years...

‘GLOW’ star Kate Nash on learning to wrestle and throwing women over her head

It's great to see you acting in this show – how did it happen? “I've done a little bit of acting, dipped my toe in every now and then over the years. That was why I ended up putting music on MySpace, because I got rejected from drama school! I was like 'fuck this I'm going to do music instead.'....