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Nadine Shah

The alluring consequence of Pakistani and Norwegian parentage, Whitburn, South Tyneside-based singer/songwriter Nadine Shah possesses a voice and moreover, a mystique, which has oft been referred to as a blend between PJ Harvey and Nick Cave, but her brooding, intensely atmospheric mixture of midnight loner pop and torchy, jazz-kissed indie rock owes a nod to fellow English insomniacs like Anna Calvi, Richard Hawley, and Antony Hegarty aswell. Motivated by jazz and pop being a youth, aswell the spiritual Sufi music that her dad brought in to the home, Shah issued some evocative singles and a set of EPs before launching her debut long-player, 2013’s Appreciate Your Dum and Mad, made by Ben Hillier (Blur, the Horrors, Depeche Setting). Hillier came back for 2015’s follow-up JUNK FOOD, an recording that explored the passionate and dark edges of relationships. On her behalf third studio recording, 2017’s Vacation Destination, Shah delved into her identification and history alongside the rise of global nationalism.

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