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nadine shah

fast food



Released: 6th Apr 2015


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transparent red lp

Released: 6th Apr 2015


out of stock

having been bowled over by her powerful debut, 'love you dum & mad', we can happily report that nadine's follow up has left us even more stunned.

Born from a fervid 2 month writing session, 'Fast Food' exists on a knife-edge every bit as dramatic as we’ve come to expect from Nadine but with a sharpened eye for all things hook laden. Building on the bruised honesty & charm of its predecessor, nadine steps out from behind the piano & the instrumentation is harder, harsher & more ballsy. it's a brilliantly jagged album (in part thanks to the contributions of guitarist Nick Webb & I Am Kloot bassist Pete Jobson), that fully utilises the strength & depth of her vocals. it is full of spirit & fire, with all the weight of pj harvey, the starkness of she keeps bees, the drama of bat for lashes & the honesty of sharon van etten.  

natasha recommends: she's my new pj harvey. equally mesmerising & troubling, dramatic but touching – her sophomore is a jagged masterpiece.

garry recommends: a whole new kind of northern soul, like a geordie siouxsie channelling nina simone.


fast food


  1. Fast Food
  2. Fool
  3. Matador
  4. Divided
  5. Nothing Else To Do
  6. Stealing Cars
  7. Washed Up
  8. The Gin One
  9. Big Hands
  10. Living