With her highly-anticipated new album set to arrive at the end of next month, Nadine Shah has now dropped yet another cut lifted from her forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Buckfast' follows on from the previously shared tracks 'Trad', 'Ladies For Babies (Goats For Love)' and the record's title-track in previewing her new LP 'Kitchen Sink', which is set to be released on the 26th June via Infectious Music.
Speaking about her new offering, she said, "Definitely not my drink of choice or one that I would admit to drinking anyway. I like the idea that it is brewed by Benedictine monks though, makes it seem that bit classier. But like this song, we hide our bad habits, the "food too embarrassing", unworthy of our Instagram feed. The food we scrape together when we feel so shite and can’t take ourselves to the shop so make up a concoction of condiments left over from old Indian takeaways and cut the corner of mould off the bread meals. 'Buckfast' is about a toxic relationship, it’s about gaslighting."
Have a listen to 'Buckfast' in the player below.