Kate Nash uses music as ''therapy'' and found her new album 'Girl Talk' was the perfect way to put all her feelings into songs.
Kate Nash uses music as ''therapy''.
The 25-year-old singer is set to release her third album 'Girl Talk' with her own label Have 10p Records and found the exploration with a bass guitar changed her entire outlook on writing songs - enabling her to voice her feelings through new methods.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Kate said: ''The whole record is completely different. I was writing on bass it totally changed the way I wrote songs and opened up a whole new avenue. I think it is natural to progress and grow and change because you get bored of what you are doing so you move onto the next thing
''There was definitely things I went through personally that affected and influenced the whole entire record, I have had an interesting year to say the least and music is my therapy - it is how I deal with everything I am going through.''
Although Kate's sound has changed from when she debuted her first ever track 'Foundations' in 2007, she still returns to her roots in the new album and had a firm idea of what she wanted record to evoke.
When asked which two songs sum up 'Girl Talk' best, she replied: ''I would say 'Sister', because that makes me feel so good when I play that live. When I wrote it I felt that this was what my album was going to be like, I just know it.
''Also 'Oh My God' and that is the poppiest one on the record and it still shows that I still have inside me those pop medleys and harmonies.''
Kate's new single '3am' is out now and 'Girl Talk' is out on March 4.