After a short musical hiatus, Kate Nash surprised fans with a new single “My Little Alien“. This track is accompanied by a Music Video directed by Tyler Monsein. In the area 51 desert-themed and 70’s attired music video, Nash is joined by an adorable dog co-star. Like always, Nash is whole-heartily herself, dancing and sining merrily to the music. The title and lyrics of the song match the eerie alien radar sounds that lay behind the cheerful “Nash” melodies. The surprise release has been met with much adoration by Nash fans who are excited to hear that Nash is busily working on new music set be be released in 2017.
What else is on this this brilliant and outspoken feminist’s plate? Acting of course! Nash just announced that she will be playing Rhonda in Jenji Kohan’s (Yes, the same Jenji Kohan who produced “Orange is The New Black” and “Weeds”) upcoming Netflix series, “G.L.O.W.”. Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (G.L.O.W.) will be a 10-episode comedy based on the real story of the 1980s female wrestling league. Besides being in the process of creating a very anticipated EP and practicing pile-drivers on set of G.L.O.W., Nash is active in multiple human rights campaigns. She has been working with a number of different philanthropies including Plan USA, a women’s advocacy group focusing on Africa, as well as projects in the UK directed at young female musicians.
Nash possesses an impressive list of accomplishments beginning with winning Q Award in 2007 for Breakthrough artist and a BRIT award in 2008 for Best British Female Solo Artist when she was only twenty. That same year, Nash won the Best Music Act from the Elle Style Awards among many other awards and nominations. As far as film goes, “G.L.O.W.” will not be Nash’s first cinematic experience. The talented singer has made an appearance in flicks including; Greetings from Tim Buckley, Syrup, Powder Room, The Distortion of Sound and The Devil you Know.
Nash was featured in The Untitled Magazine’s Music Issue. check out our exclusive interview and photo shoot with Kate Nash with Indira Cesarine, in which she opened up on her career ups and downs including her early days working in fast food joint.