Whitburn Tyne and Wear songwriter Nadine Shah has unveiled her first material in over a year with ‘Stealing Cars’.
The track acts as a standalone release, recorded in London with Peter Jobson, Nick Webb and Ben Hillier.
It follows on from 2013 debut full-length ‘Love Your Dum and Mad’, this latest effort getting by on a determinist streak, raw guitars jostling for space with more grandiose vocals and deft strings. Think Elbow with penchant for sparseness and you’re about halfway there.
‘Stealing Cars’ is out now via Apollo.
A second full-length is due out in early 2015.
Listen to Nadine Shah’s new track below.
More like this
The singer has stated the shows will be rescheduled at a later date.
If 2018 pushed a series of fresh, politically-charged voices to the fore, then none used their platform with as much righteous gusto as Nadine Shah: an eloquent, outspoken force to be reckoned with.
DIY is free - pick up a copy in our usual, beloved UK stockists or read for free online.
In the new issue of DIY, out Friday, Nadine talks about how she’s “pretty much written” her fourth album.