Kate Nash announces 22-date UK tour for April and May
Kate Nash has announced a 22-date tour of the UK for April and May.
The 25-year-old singer/songwriter is due to release her third studio album, Girl Talk, in March.
Her tour, which starts on 4 April in Cambridge, includes dates in Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool and London.
She brought out her last record, My Best Friend Is You, in 2010 which made it to number eight on the official album chart and featured singles like Do-Wah-Doo and Kiss That Grrrl.
Her most successful track to date was 2007's Foundations from debut album Made of Bricks which made it to second spot on the chart.
Kate Nash's tour ends at London's 100 Club on 1 May.
The singer says her new album "showcases a new trademark sound created from working in LA" and writing with the bass guitar for the first time.
She's also performing two warm-up gigs, on 12 February at Reading's Sub 89 and the next night at London's Sebright Arms as part of the NME Awards shows.
The singer will be performing with her all-female band, who she describes working with as "incredibly liberating".
The tour dates are as follows:
Cambridge, Junction 2 - 4 April
Norwich, Arts Centre - 5
Nottingham, Rescue Rooms - 6
Sheffield, Leadmill - 8
Preston, 53 Degrees - 9
Newcastle, Warehouse Hoult's Yard - 10
Aberdeen, Lemon Tree - 12
Inverness, Ironworks - 13
Glasgow, Oran Mor - 14
Middlesbrough, Empire - 16
York, Fibbers - 17
Hull, Fruit - 18
Manchester, Gorilla - 20
Liverpool, Masque Theatre - 21
Leeds, Cockpit - 22
Stoke, Sugamill - 24
Bristol, Fleece - 25
Narberth, Queens Hall - 26
Gloucester - Guildhall - 27
Plymouth, White Rabbit - 29
Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms - 30
London, 100 Club - 1 May