Kate Nash has released her new single ‘Imperfect’: “Please play it loud whilst applying lip gloss”

The track written for The Baby-Sitters Club, a Netflix adaptation of Ann M. Martin's books.

Kate Nash has released her new single ‘Imperfect’.

Originally written for The Baby-Sitters Club, a Netflix adaptation of Ann M. Martin’s books, Kate explains: “My co-star Kimmy Gatewood and some of our brilliant writers Rachel Shukert and Sascha Rothchild from GLOW asked me if I could write a tween pop anthem for an episode of The Baby-Sitters Club that they were all working on. I’ve been writing for tv, film and musical theatre recently and it’s been so liberating as I get to explore different sides of being a songwriter.

“With ‘Imperfect’ I was able to sink quickly back into the mind of my 13 year old self and sing through my hairbrush once again. It’s inspired by the pop women of my teenage years, women like Stacie Orrico, Michelle Branch, Vanessa Carlton and Ashley Simpson. While I put finishing touches on my album I thought I should just release this song as it’s so uplifting and fun and why the hell not. Please play it loud whilst applying lip gloss, white eyeliner and ironing the collar on your school shirt.”

Kate has announced she’s finished work on her fourth studio album, due for release in 2022 and set to feature previous singles ‘Misery’ and ‘Horsie’.

You can check out ‘Imperfect’ below.

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