Fri-End

Album: Girl Talk (2013)
  • The first song penned by Nash for her Girl Talk album finds her ruminating on the pitfalls of friendships that are ridden with jealousies and desires. "It's about rubbish friends," she said, "when someone cares more about material things than they do about you."
  • The sixties-inspired video finds Kate Nash donning numerous wardrobe, hair and makeup changes. The assortment of different looks Kate sports symbolizes how she couldn't be herself, when the friend targeted in the song was unkind to her.

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