Kate Nash wows Belfast again

By Andrea Clarke
Photo by Fabrizio Belluschi

FRESH from her win at the Brits last week Kate Nash took to the stage last night to a sell out crowd at the Waterfront Hall.
Donning a sequin dress, the flame-haired singer/songwriter from Harrow wowed the audience with pop tunes Mouthwash, Pumpkin Soup and Skeleton.

The sound at the beginning of the show wasn’t great but people didn’t seem to mind as they say along to Kate’s catchy lyrics.
The 21-year-old, whose mother hails from Dublin, kicked off her UK tour in Belfast and seemed genuinely happy to be back in the city.
She told fans she loves playing Belfast and had a blast the last time she was here in November last year.
The songstress, who scooped the British Female Solo Artist award at the Brits, treated concert-goers to sneak peek at her forthcoming second offering, the follow-up to the number one album Made of Bricks. She sang new song Pickpocket, much to the delight of die hard Nash fans.
Kate slowed it down with a rendition of Birds, to which everyone in the auditorium sang along, before performing Nicest Thing – my personal favourite.
The audience went wild when Kate launched into her hit single Foundations and finished with new single Merry Happy.
And if the crowd reaction is anything to go by this next release is set to rocket up the charts.