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Nadine Shah has dropped her new track 'Trad': "It’s about my hairy legs and scrambled eggs"

It's a teaser from her upcoming album.
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Published: 11:20 am, March 25, 2020
Nadine Shah has dropped her new track 'Trad': "It’s about my hairy legs and scrambled eggs"

Nadine Shah has shared her new track, 'Trad'.

Following on from 'Ladies For Babies (Goats For Love)', it's a cut from her upcoming album 'Kitchen Sink', due for release on 5th June via Infectious Music.

"Wanted to share an album track with you all whilst we’re on lockdown," she says on Facebook. "It’s called Trad and is about my hairy legs and scrambled eggs. Enjoy!"

Nadine performed a very luckily-timed one-off show at London's Moth Club a few weeks ago to show off some of her new material, with a set coming up at Green Man this August, too.

Check out 'Trad' below.

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