Kate Nash Airs Brand New Single ‘3 AM’ From Forthcoming Third AlbumListen
The song is the first to be heard from the Londoner's new album 'Girl Talk', announced for release in March.
Last summer Kate Nash surprised everyone with a punky, shouty, Hole-esque song in the form of 'Under-Estimate The Girl' - a track which earned the 'Foundations' singer a lot of unwarranted hate. Since then has followed EP 'Death Proof' and the announcement of new album 'Girl Talk', with a brand new track from that record aired now.
By Jake May
Posted 11th January 2013, 11:16am
Though '3 AM' is pretty much a million miles away from the gruff and growl of 'Under-Estimate The Girl', the new single - out 18th February - sees Kate continue to explore a much different sound to her earlier recordings; a happy medium between the two, perhaps.
Much like EP track 'Fri-end?' (the video for which is below), at the heart of '3 AM' is a strong, catchy pop melody, built around repetive and enjoyable guitar and bass parts - check it out on SoundCloud after it debuted on BBC 6 Music.
The new album from Kate, who last year also made a surprise guest appearance on a song with FIDLAR, 'Girl Talk' is set for release on 3rd March.
She's also set to play at London's Sebright Arms on 13th February, with a full UK tour expected to be announced soon.