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April 2020
Reading & Leeds

Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018

Wrestling moves ftw.
Published: 10:30 pm, August 26, 2018Words: Steven Loftin. Photos: Jamie MacMillan.

Combining her back catalogue of preppy indie tunes with a homage to her Netflix show GLOW, Kate Nash's set on the Festival Republic stage sees WWE star Jetta appear out of nowhere, launching into a tirade at our Kate. As fast as lightning, Pro Wrestling EVE's Erin Angel comes to her defence, with Kate then body slamming Jetta. Given this rush of excitement, it's quite something to be then renditioned with Kate’s beautiful, jagged tunings. She's a survivor of an era that’s chewed up and spat out many an artist, but Kate Nash is still out here doing whatever the fuck she wants. 

Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018
Kate Nash brings some GLOW sparkle to Reading 2018

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