Kate Nash hits out at ‘sexist’ labelling in record store

Singer recently released her comeback track 'Good Summer'

Kate Nash has hit out at a record store for lumping every female artist into one category.

The singer posted a picture on Twitter of the store with the label “Females Of All Description” and slammed it for being “sexist”.

She wrote: “This kinda shit drives me insane. The genre ‘females of all description’ is not a music genre. It’s sexist.”


Nash posted a further series of tweets with her final rant stating: “Don’t categorize my sex #femalesofalldescription”

The singer posted new track ‘Good Summer’ earlier this month. It’s the first new material since Nash released single ‘She Rules’ in 2014. She released her third studio album ‘Girl Talk’ in 2013.


She also announced a string of shows in October, which you can see below.

London Oslo (October 6)
Birmingham O2 Institute3 (7)
Manchester Neighbourhood Festival (8)
Glasgow O2 ABC (9)
Leeds Wardrobe (11)

Nash said further dates were coming and added: “If you can’t make these dates & are not in the UK this is only the beginning so have no fear. #nashisback so u can relax now”

Her debut album ‘Made Of Bricks’, reached Number One in the UK when it was released in 2007 and saw Nash go on to win a BRIT Award for Best Female Artist. She has since relocated to America where she lives in Los Angeles.

Earlier this year, she revealed that she was groped by a stranger in her Los Angeles home.

Nash took to Instagram to report the incident, encouraging fans to come forward if anything similar happens to them and to never hide the truth.