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Nash rose to prominence in the UK with the sleeper hit "Foundations" (2007).
The first single from the album was called "Do-Wah-Doo", and was released on 12 April 2010. The sound was described as completely different from her debut album and having a "girl group" sound, taking influence from Motown stars such as Diana Ross and The Supremes.
The exhibition, which ran from 12 November 2010 to 11 April 2011, uses Nash's music to demonstrate today's younger urban mode of Cockney English.
launched the Kate Nash's Rock n Roll for Girls After-School Music Club as a platform to inspire teenage girls to get into songwriting and making their own music, due to the shortage of female artists in the UK- something that shocked and motivated Nash the previous year.
Following this success, Fiction announced plans to bring forward the release of Nash's début album Made of Bricks to 6 August 2007.
The album, also produced by Paul Epworth, included many of the tracks she had been performing during her two nationwide tours.