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Nadine Shah 'Fast Food' in Stores Today

Nadine Shah 'Fast Food' In Stores Today
'Fool': Song of the day on KEXP
 
May 5, 2015 - New York, NY: Nadine Shah's 'Fast Food' is available in stores today on CD and clear red vinyl.  The album was also released via iTunes, online outlets, and streaming services on April 7th via Apollo/R&S Records. You can listen to the album over at SPIN.com. Check out the single 'Fool'  which is Song of the Day at KEXP.
 
See what the critics are saying about 'Fast Food':
 
"The album’s most dulcet song, “Nothing Else to Do,” has as its entire lyric, “And there was nothing else to do but fall in love.” She repeats the line, assembling her voice into a choir over gently picked guitar, like a lullaby; then an eerie brass ensemble replaces her voices, and then a raucous guitar moves in. Soothing, otherworldly, contentious — that’s love, and she’s prepared."

"Other things one could compare Nadine Shah to include: early Nick Cave, a burning bridge, the parts of Marianne Faithfull’s autobiography where she talks about what a ninny Mick Jagger was, lipstick traces on a cigarette, a particularly opinionated raven, late Nick Cave. Basically, the real good stuff."

 
 
"...Shah, who stands at the footlights on Fast Food and creates a powerful sense of intimacy and vulnerability. The best songs here zero in on a single evocative moment and spellbind you with it."

"F
ast Food isn’t exactly fast or cookie cutter.  This album is to be slowly digested and savored like a gourmet meal."

"An assured second outing, Fast Food is a full realisation of Shah's noirish visions."
 
"The somber songstress’s first release since 2013’s Love Your Dum and Mad, again produced by Ben Hillier, draws you in from the first striking instrumental while highlighting what really gives Shah’s music its power, the monstrous capability of her voice to growl and thrill." 
 
"But still she falls, helplessly, as if hypnotised, a motion she celebrates in Nothing Else to Do with such perfumed languor that it’s hard not to fall in love back."
 
“A full-blooded show of assurance, rich in dramatic relish, served with style”
 
“Her seductive second album could soon make Nadine Shah a household name”
 
"Most captivating of all is Shah's voice that, veering between a gentle croon and a semi-operatic howl, sends tiny shards through the heart."

 
'Fast Food' is the follow up to Nadine Shah's critically acclaimed debut 'Love Your Dum and Mad' released in the summer of 2013. Working again with her collaborator, renowned producer Ben Hillier (Doves, Blur, Depeche Mode, Elbow The Horrors etc.) 'Fast Food' was created in a two month intensive writing session and recorded at The Pool in London. The result is every bit as dramatic as we’ve come to expect from Nadine but with a sharpened eye for all things hook laden; retaining this brooding grandeur in its movements. the The album features contributions from guitarist Nick Webb and bassist Pete Jobson (of I Am Kloot fame).
 
'Fast Food' enterted the brand new UK Vinyl Chart at an impressive #9. Already one of the most played artists on BBC6 Music this year, Nadine was the voice of their recent festival in February and 'Fast Food' earned the honor of 'Album of the Day' in addition Steve Lamacqs 'Album of the Week.'  With festival season fast approaching, Nadine has already been confirmed to play The Latitude Festival, End Of The Road Festival and Linisfarne Festival with some other big additions to her summer itinerary in the coming weeks. Nadine is about to embark on a European trek after a mostly sold out UK tour last month.
 
U.S plans are in the works and will be announced soon.


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