“My mum was like: ‘Look, if you don’t want to do it, we can just get on the tube, go home and go to Pizza Express and forget about it.’ And she meant it. But afterwards, my manager at the time said to her: ‘Well played.’ And my mum was like: ‘Excuse me?... https://t.co/LjE3Sm2GNH— The Guardian (@guardian) July 15, 2019
- Kate Nash spoke to The Guardian about her new documentary 'Underestimate the Girl'
- Details how she was signed to a record label aged 17 and later dropped by text message after initial success
- Released music and toured independently but made no money from it
- Found a manager (Gary Marella) who promised a major record deal for her next album but stole all of her money instead
- Had a breakdown, had to sell her home and took Marella to court
- Released her album through crowdfunding last year and has been starring on Netflix's 'Glow' since 2017
- Calls for more support for young artists who are overworked with no support system