Urgent action needed...
Kate Bush

Making her dramatic return to the stage in London, Kate Bush sold out a lengthy residency at the Hammersmith Apollo within minutes.

Sadly, though, this hasn't prevented the singer from behind ravaged by the elements. As Pitchfork points out, the Exeter Express & Echo are reporting that cliff erosion has placed Kate Bush's house under threat.

Due to severe weather, parts of the cliff have tumbled away, leading the singer to order some urgent repairs.

"If you live there you can either accept it and let your house fall into the sea, or you can take action to prevent further damage, although that can cost hundreds of thousands," Devon County Councilman Steve Gardner said. "You can attach netting to the cliff face, or another option is spraying it with concrete, although these are very expensive and not something the council would pay for."

Clash caught Kate Bush live in action earlier this week - watch out for a review on the site later today.

Here's 'Cloudbusting'.

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