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Holiday Destination

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Born to a Pakistani father and a Norwegian mother, Nadine Shah is, in a way, the daughter of PJ Harvey’s revenge and Siouxsie. An interesting kinship, confirmed on Holiday Destination. In her third album, the Londoner tightens the bolt of her music that she delivers in a very tense, nearly post-punk manner with an angular bass line, nervous albeit minimalistic guitars, and an almost free-playing saxophone. An urgency undoubtedly dictated by the themes covered, such as migration issues (PJ Harvey had also touched on a similar issue in The Hope Six Demolition Project…), that makes Holiday Destination even stronger and more powerful. © MD/Qobuz

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Place Like This
00:05:52

Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

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Holiday Destination
00:05:39

Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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2016
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Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Out the Way
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Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Yes Men
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Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Evil
00:05:00

Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Ordinary
00:03:28

Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Relief
00:04:54

Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Mother Fighter
00:04:28

Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Jolly Sailor
00:06:33

Ben Hillier, Producer, MixingEngineer - Nichols, Composer - Shah, Composer - Hillier, Composer - Nadine Shah, MainArtist

2017 1965 Records Ltd 2017 1965 Records Ltd

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Born to a Pakistani father and a Norwegian mother, Nadine Shah is, in a way, the daughter of PJ Harvey’s revenge and Siouxsie. An interesting kinship, confirmed on Holiday Destination. In her third album, the Londoner tightens the bolt of her music that she delivers in a very tense, nearly post-punk manner with an angular bass line, nervous albeit minimalistic guitars, and an almost free-playing saxophone. An urgency undoubtedly dictated by the themes covered, such as migration issues (PJ Harvey had also touched on a similar issue in The Hope Six Demolition Project…), that makes Holiday Destination even stronger and more powerful. © MD/Qobuz

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