Nadine Shah is an English singer-songwriter from Whitburn, South Tyneside.
Starting her music career in 2012, she released her debut EP, ‘Aching Bones’. Her debut album, 'Love Your Dum And Mad', was released in 2013, which was followed by 'Fast Food', in 2015. She released her latest album, ‘Holiday Destination’, in August 2017. It received much airplay from BBC Radio 6 Music, and she toured it across the UK in autumn 2017.
2018 was a breakthrough year for Shah, with 'Holiday Destination being nominated for a Mercury Prize, winning the AIM Independent Music Award's Album of the Year, playing an intimate In The Round show at The Roundhouse in London and an evening of music and protest songs with Billy Bragg as part of Cardiff's Festival of Voice in the summer.
Nadine Shah has announced a handful of shows to see out 2018. Catch her live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
Fri 1st Sep 2017
One glance at the cover of Nadine Shah’s third album, ‘Holiday Destination’, gives a large clue as to what lies inside. The sleeve photograph, of a war-torn building in Gaza, could very well have been taken at any one of the battlegrounds that are beamed directly into our homes night after night. From the off, this is an uncomfortable, disturbing and occasionally terrifying listen.