Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Do Wah Doo


Kate Nash is back! My favorite British songtress who sings the soundtrack to my life debuted a video for her new single "Do Wah Doo" (the album is due in April). Its been a while since her last CD, which is one of my most frequently played - so this is soooo overdue! She sings songs about mouthwash, skeletons, and dickheads... but other subject matters too, like crushes, drinking wine after a breakup... You get the idea: SHE IS AMAZING!

Anywho is video is super duper retro and super duper cute!

8 comments:

Stephanie said...

I was just going to post this video!:)Can't wait for her new album.

Erin said...

So I love your play lists and (I don't know if you have one or not) I was wondering if you have a good play list for working out. I like and already listen to a lot of the music you post but I was wondering if you have so recommendations for some high intensity work out jams (indie style).

chelsea rebecca said...

HOORAY!
i love her!!!

Lexie said...

this is the best news! yes!

Nicole said...

Oh thank goodness, I can't wait for the new album! Adorable video too :)

tess said...

this video is adorable! yay for kate nash back in action! and like you said she is amazing, her lyrics are so relatable! we get on has always been so close to home for me after my failed crush on a friend last spring. and this song is sooooo close to home with the nasty move out I had this semester haha. you sing the truth, Kate!

Erika said...

Yayay! I so adore Kate Nash - this is fabulous!! :)

tess said...

actually I have thought about being an English prof, but I'm starting to change my mind about that right now. I'm much more involved in my school's English department this year so I really get to see academia first hand and I must admit a lot of it bores me to tears. I've had to attend a few symposiums where most of time I have no idea what they are discussing or if I do I find it all too pretentious to care about. seriously, some of the topics profs research are incredibly obscure and pointless. Also I haven't had a brilliant idea yet or even one single literary time period I love, which is kind of important if you want to persuade grad schools to take you. plus grad school takes a lot of time and money and is incredibly tough to get into now. so my dreams go PhDs are slowly waning right now.

sorry for writing you a novel and I do appreciate your suggestions!