Kate Nash Releasing Second Album in Spring 2010!

Although it’s still untitled, Kate Nash announced that her sophomore set drops on April 20. The British piano-popper worked with ex-Suede guitarist-turned-producer du jour Bernard Butler for the album’s 13 songs, with themes of growing up, love and fighting injustice weaving their way into the material. The album closes with a song called ‘I Hate Seagulls,’ so we’re assuming that there are some ill words about birds too.

This new set is Nash’s much anticipated follow-up to her 2008 debut, ‘Made of Bricks,’ which came out of nowhere yet garnered a heap of critical praise, alongside numerous – and unfair — comparisons to Lily Allen. In a recent interview with Spin, Nash revealed that her influences have certainly changed over the last several years, and is now running the gamut of girl inspired pop music. “A band has to mean something,” she said. “They need to have good personalities, morals and opinions and stand for something. I really thought about that this time. ’60s girl groups, Riot grrrl rock and punk and various others influence me. So, my influences have changed, too, definitely.” Full Story at Spinner



  Luke Martin wrote @

you and lily have opened up a whole new world of music for me. besides you are hot.

  onlinemusicnews wrote @

Hi Luke! thanks for your comment and for visiting my blog!

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