Kate Nash Signs With New Label and Drops Reflective Single “Change”

Kate Nash at TRUCK Festival in July 2013
Kate Nash at TRUCK Festival in July 2013. Photo by Sachin Jethwa/Shutterstock (14018305q)

2024 is shaping up to be the year of “Change” for Kate Nash, and she’s kicking it off on the right note! The British singer signed a new deal with the independent label Kill Rock Stars and marked the happy occasion by dropping a new single “Change”.

Nash kicks off “Change” by singing about believing in a fresh start, and these lyrics match the underlying message of the song – that relationships are ever-evolving and that it requires a lot of effort to maintain them.

“You also have to learn to accept when a relationship is over, whether it’s a romantic relationship or a friendship or a working relationship or even something within yourself that has become toxic or negative in some way. Things end and that’s OK,” said Nash in the statement.

“Change” was released by the singer’s new label Kill Rock Stars. The singer said she’s looking forward to working with such an important indie label with an incredible music history after over a decade as an independent artist.

Nash’s last album Yesterday Was Forever was released independently in 2018, and it saw the singer going back to her indie pop roots, while also toying with punk and rock sound. She dropped hints about her fifth studio album Nine Sad Symphonies just last year, but there’s no news yet if she’s still developing it under the new label.