Host of tour dates confirmed...
'Made Of Bricks'

Kate Nash has announced plans to celebrate her debut album 'Made Of Bricks'.

Released 10 years ago, the album raced to number one in the UK and spawned hit single 'Foundations'.

Toasting its first decade, Kate Nash has decided to take 'Made Of Bricks' back out on the road.

A limited pink vinyl run of the album will be available to purchase on the tour, with tickets going on general sale this Friday (March 31st).

Kate explains... "I am so excited to celebrate my 10 year anniversary of Made of Bricks. This was a life changing record for me. At the time of making it I had no idea what to expect, what making a record even was, and how much this would open up a world of art and music to me. After a decade of creating, recording, performing and living I feel more confident about my abilities than ever and I look forward to approaching these performances from where I am today."

"I can’t wait to share this with fans old and new, I’ve honed my performance skills and this will bring new life to old material, mixing a sense of nostalgia with a shiny bright future. I’m so proud of how far I have come and I actually feel like I have a stronger connection to the songs now than I did then. I’m more in tune with myself and I think that translates through my performance. I also feel like this album keeps me connected to why I create music."

"It's an important reminder to me to stay creative, open, imaginative, to have a sense of fun and remember the London streets I grew up in. It's amazing to be fortunate enough to have a career as an artist. So hashtag blessed. I’m as ever grateful to my beautiful fans!! And I’m excited to invite them to something extra special this summer!"

Catch Kate Nash at the following shows:

1 Edinburgh Queens Hall
3 Leeds Church
4 Manchester O2 Ritz
5 Nottingham Rock City
6 Bristol O2 Academy
8 Brighton Concorde 2
10 London O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

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