Back in 2007, Nash found fans outside of her native London with "Foundations," a track whose punchy keys and attitude-drenched vocals invoked Amy Winehouse and preceded Florence & the Machines. With a second album that channels both Diana Ross and Kathleen Hannah, the singer has slowly but surely help create a niche that takes hints from both pop and punk, and gives the audience much to both hairbrush-sing and fist-pump about.
With Accretion, SWAMI, G.L.E.N.
With Dimmer Switch, Random Hero, Ashfield
With the Expanders, Long Miles
These days, many young bands are eager to play their first shows as soon as possible, and then they break up if those early efforts don't translate...
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