After releasing her kickstarter funded album ‘Yesterday Was Forever’ last year, Kate Nash is proud to kick of 2019 with new single and video ‘Trash’. A defiant track full of punk spirit fuelled by Kate’s biting delivery and acerbic lyricism. The video directed by Aidan Zamiri features gritty 90s MTV inspired visuals, with Kate front and centre performing with her trademark attitude.
On the track Kate says: “Trash was written after I was asked to take part in an exhibition curated by Athena Pagington who asked artists to collect their single use plastic for a certain number of days and then make something out of it. Ideally I thought I could make music from my ‘trash’ from music. I went on a bit of a plastic trail, I experimented with actually creating records from epoxy resin with my single use plastic cut up and put into the records. I wrote the song specifically for the record. The whole thing really inspired and now I want to work on more music with an ethical/environmental agenda.”
Kate Nash had a riotous 2018, not only did she release her fourth studio album, but also starred in the Emmy Award winning, Netflix series G.L.O.W, as Rhonda “Britannica” Richardson. 2019 is set to be just as busy with the phenomenal G.L.O.W returning for a third and highly anticipated series 29th June. Stay tuned for more from Kate in 2019.