Nadine Shah (Glastonbury 2017)

Nadine Shah won over a multitude of new fans and cemented her political activism during her two shows at Glastonbury this year. She’s undoubtedly one of a new breed of outspoken and talented performers who will hopefully be the future of music.

 

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Nadine Shah plus guest Phoebe Green | Leaf (Bold St)

Nadine Shah plus guest Phoebe Green | Leaf (Bold St)

Feb 1, 8:00pm - Feb 1, 11:00pm

Leaf on Bold St
65-67 Bold St
Liverpool,  L14EZ Map

Harvest Sun Promotions presents:

Nadine Shah
www.nadineshah.co.uk
+ guest
Phoebe Green

Tickets £15

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In the Round: Nadine Shah

In the Round: Nadine Shah

Feb 2, 7:00pm - Feb 2, 11:00pm

Roundhouse
Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road
London,  NW1 8EH Map

Hypnotic, powerful and completely arresting, Nadine Shah tackles themes of immigration and Islamaphobia through her shimmering post-punk in this intimate seated show, part of our In the Round series.

Shah’s singular, darkly powerful voice and bleak, yet compassionate lyrics have earned the Geordie a fierce reputation as an uncompromising talent. Drawing comparisons to the likes of PJ Harvey and Siouxsie Sioux, she is a commanding presence live – her sparse, sombre vocals cutting through a backdrop of grinding guitars, rasping saxes and driving basslines.

Born to a Norwegian mother and a Pakistani father, the singer-songwriter takes influences from Nina Simone, Scott Walker, poet Philip Larkin and even artist Frida Kahlo. Constantly challenging her listeners, she explores and dissects topics such as mental health, relationships, and on her most recent recording, the highly acclaimed ‘Holiday Destination’ (2017), Islamaphobia and the unfolding refugee crisis, while the brilliant, gritty hit single, ‘Out the Way’ is a biting and scathing contemplation of the rise of global nationalism.

'She can make almost anything sound remarkable…her sharp, incisive rock songs shimmer with a ripe theatricality every time she opens her mouth' - Pitchfork

Part of In the Round 2018 - the Roundhouse's series of intimate seated shows that put you closer to the music. Browse the full line-up for the series: rhou.se/2yxVj9r
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