Kate Nash welcome return to Belfast

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It’s been a wicked year for young Kate Nash, she fell down the stairs, broke her foot and found that, actually, she could write. Not only that but her voice, both in literal terms and in what she was writing about, hit a chord totally in harmony with her peers. From bedroom/ bedridden noodles to the poignant, sophisticated joshing of ‘Foundations’ – her first single since signing to Fiction Records, Kate fused poetry with performance and beats and has produced peerless pop confections – all in less than twelve dizzy months.

Perhaps it is Kate’s unerring ability to articulate the heartbreak of splitting with yet another loser boyfriend or as in her previous single, the independently released, ‘Caroline’s A Victim’ / ‘Birds’: taking the piss out of a bessie mate or Kate’s charming and lopsided slant on declarations of love that have endeared her so quickly to music fans up and down the UK, selling out venues and all the
pressings of ‘Caroline’ on pre-orders alone. Not only here but in the US Miss Nash has translated; midwestern school girls have been making home videos to tracks such as ‘Merry Happy’ and writers from France have called from their holidays in China all in an attempt to be closer to Kate.

‘Foundations’ could truly be the rock solid base of something big. Kate Nash has found her feet.

“The rather wonderful Kate Nash is a DIY sensation that belts out leftfield pop and is destined to be a star” Clash

“Nash will melt hearts and win fans wherever she goes.” Disorder

“Simple, honest, witty and far cooler than her competitors, Kate Nash is about to take the nation by storm” The Fly

“The mood is buoyant and the attitude is minty fresh. Underneath is a wellspring of chatty confidence and a remarkable ear for dialogue… catch her while she is fresh.” Guardian

“Kate Nash has the word “heroine” stamped all over her… Fab.” Guardian Guide

“One of the most exciting talents to emerge this year… refreshingly homespun and diverse.” Daily Mail

“She’s a unique talent… the sweet yet savvy new troubadour of teenage street-life, like Mike Skinner busking in a mini skirt.“ NME

“Destined to write her name across the next 12 months” OMM

“Equally happy pounding away at the piano, fixing beats on her laptop or chatting on the mic…tongue in one cheek, chupa cup in the other.” Qvest

“Her very insouciance is what ultimately transfixes… She’s not MkII anyone: she’s the first Kate Nash.” Sunday Times Culture

Tickets, priced £19.00 seated and £17.00 standing go on sale THIS FRIDAY 5th OCTOBER at 9am from Waterfront Hall box office, Virgin & all usual Ticketmaster outlets.
Credit card bookings & info: 0870 243 4455 / 02890 33 44 55 (Waterfront Hall box office)
Book online atwonderlandpromotions.co.uk