This April, Nadine Shah returns with her second album, ‘Fast Food’. The follow-up to ‘Love Your Dum & Mad’ is out on the 13th, via Apollo / R&S Records.
It’s being led by ‘Fool’, a razor-like reminder of Shah’s sinister side. “You my sweet are plain and week,” she sings, on one of the most commanding choruses she’s ever put her name to, nothing but solitary-note guitar lines (by way of Interpol) to back up her claims.
New album ‘Fast Food’ was produced by Ben Hillier at his South London studio The Pool. It’s set to feature guest contributions from Nick Webb (guitar) and I Am Kloot’s Pete Jobson (bass).
06 Brighton, Resident (instore)
07 London, Rough Trade East (full band instore)
08 Bristol, Rise (instore)
09 Nottingham, Rough Trade (instore)
10 Brighton, The Haunt
11 Gateshead, Old Town Hall
13 Glasgow, King Tut’s
14 Manchester, Deaf Institute
16 London, Oslo
17 Bristol, Exchange
18 Birmingham, Rainbow
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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.
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In the new issue of DIY, out Friday, Nadine talks about how she’s “pretty much written” her fourth album.