Kate Nash has announced details of a 10th anniversary tour in celebration of her debut album "Made of Bricks".
The singer songwriter will perform at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on August 10.
The tour kicks off in August the same month the debut album was released back in 2007.
It reached the number one spot on the UK albums chart and featured the singles "Foundations", "Mouthwash" and "Pumpkin Soup".
Her honest and tongue-in-cheek songwriting struck a chord with her audience and the album itself defined a wonky pop era alongside the likes of Lily Allen and The Wombats .
Since the debut the singer has moved on to a more indie rock, garage punk sound with her "Girl Talk" record, as well as switching labels to an independent.
The singer will also visit Brighton, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham and Edinburgh on the tour.
Meanwhile she will release her fourth album "Agenda" on the upcoming Record Store Day on April 22, it will be her first release since 2013.
When do tickets go on sale?
They go on presale at 10am on Wednesday March 29 for O2 priority customers.
Meanwhile the general sale kicks off at 10am on Friday March 31.
How much are tickets?
They are priced at £23.50, plus booking fee.
Where can I get one?
They'll be available from Ticketmaster here for both the presale and general sale.
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