Under an illuminated moon above the stage, Kate Nash showered Philadelphia with musical moonbeams. Opening the night was Miya Folick, who brought raw emotion throughout her set, ranging from soft, melodic songs to more powerful ones from her catalogue which had Miya singing at the top of her lungs. Folick was the perfect selection to warm up the crowd.
Nash’s show could be themed as "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe", as Kate covered many of her best songs. The setlist was full to the brim with classics such as "Play, Foundations, and Mouthwash,” as well as selections from her new album Yesterday Was Forever such as “Life in Pink, Hate You, and Twisted Up.” Kate offered up her spunky style of singing, adding just enough profanity to accentuate the point when needed.
Backed by Emma Harvey-Hughes on Bass, Alicia Warrington on Drums, and the massively talented Linda Buratto on Guitar, it was a show not to be missed! Kate’s US tour ends in New York next month, but you can catch her in August at the Leeds Festival.