Release Date: Mar 30, 2018
Record label: N/A
It's a sad fact of the music industry that Kate Nash - all-round bright spark, actor, and the genius behind the undisputed greatest pop song of 2007, 'Foundations' - needed a Kickstarter campaign to fund her fourth album. But it's also a sign of the unrelenting hard work and 'go get 'em' attitude that she holds. 'Yesterday Was Forever' comes eleven years in for Kate, but it's an album as courageous and fun as any debut.
Back when Myspace actually mattered, Kate Nash came on the scene with her distinct British accent and a whimsical neuroses that peppered her piano-based, indie-pop tunes about life and love. Her first album Made Of Bricks went platinum and earned her a BRIT award, but after her second album failed to match its success, she was unceremoniously dropped from her label--via text. A few years, one album, and one Kickstarter campaign later, Nash has dyed her hair, traded in her floral dresses and twee cardigans for leather and Lolita sunglasses, starred in Netflix's GLOW as the air-headed Brit hooking up with Marc Maron and majorly popped-up her sound.