Nadine Shah has announced the follow-up to last year's Aching Bones EP. Dreary Town will be released on April 15th through R&S Records' imprint Apollo.

The EP will include her cover of Jazz standard 'Cry Me a River' (no, not the Timberlake classic), as well as 'Bobby Heron', a song about her great grandmother's only son, who died at sea as a child. Cheerful material all round, really.

The title track is streaming now, ahead of the EP's release.

Nadine Shah is also playing the following dates:

  • Friday 15 February London John Kennedy / XFM The Remedy Tooting Tram And Social w/ Luls and Thumpers
  • Sunday 24 February London Lock Tavern w/ The Intermission Project
  • Monday 4 March London Amazing Radio Royal Albert Hall (Elgar Room) w/Reuben Hollebon and Eliza and the Bear
  • Weds 27 March London PRS Presents 229 Gt Portland St w/ Tankia and Little Night Terrors