Singer/songwriter/activist Kate Nash has come a long way since those ‘Foundations‘ days – as she is gearing up to launch her brand new online feminist TV show, ‘Girl Gang TV’.
On Thursday, Kate Nash will be performing live with her all girl band and partaking in an intimate Q+A at Sonos Studio in Los Angeles to celebrate the launch of her online television show GIRL GANG TV.
“GIRL GANG TV is a global invitation to a community of feminist girls, boys, women, men and those who identify as non-binary,” said Nash, speaking about her new project.
“We want to learn ideas, share ideas, inspire and challenge public perception, challenge the media and each other. We are searching for the truth and spreading the love, life skills, self-awareness and confidence wherever we can.
“In GIRL GANG we want to live a more conscious life, we want to better ourselves for the good of others and for the planet. We believe in equal rights, human rights and animal rights and will use the arts and our creativity to spread our message and encourage others to do so too. Our motto is: ‘Make cool shit and change the world while doing so.’”
Kate Nash is known for her hit singles Foundations and Pumpkin Soup. In recent years, her public image and musical style did a U-turn when she released her newest album Girl Talk in 2013.
Nash has a fiercely loyal LGBT fanbase, and has performed at gay events including Manchester pride. She revealed that while she doesn’t identify with any specific label, she explained, “I feel like I will fall in love with a human being for who they are. I’m not afraid to say I’ve been attracted to a woman before and I’ve kissed girls before and been in love with them before. I’ve never really had a girlfriend or anything and I would never say I’m anything, really. I don’t have an identity in that way.”
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