Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah

Nadine Shah releases her fifth album - Filthy Underneath on EMI North. The follow up to 2020's critically acclaimed Kitchen Sink and 2017's Mercury Prize nominated Holiday Destination.

Filthy Underneath chronicles a period of unprecedented turbulence in Nadine Shah’s life. And yet, the experience of listening to it is oddly life-affirming – a parade of ghosts spanning the entirety of Nadine’s thirty-seven years, moving with balletic beauty to the music that Nadine and long-time co-writer and producer Ben Hillier have created around them, with renewed emphasis on placing melody and movement front and centre.

Nadine Shah

Filthy Underneath

EMI North
Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
LP

£29.99

Black
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

EMINV001

Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
LP +

£34.99

Red
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

EMINVY001

Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
CD

£12.99

Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

EMINCD001

Nadine Shah

Filthy Underneath

EMI North
Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
LP

£29.99

Black
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

EMINV001

Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
LP +

£34.99

Red
Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

EMINVY001

Album artwork for Filthy Underneath by Nadine Shah
CD

£12.99

Released 23/02/2024Catalogue Number

EMINCD001

Nadine Shah releases her fifth album - Filthy Underneath on EMI North. The follow up to 2020's critically acclaimed Kitchen Sink and 2017's Mercury Prize nominated Holiday Destination.

Filthy Underneath chronicles a period of unprecedented turbulence in Nadine Shah’s life. And yet, the experience of listening to it is oddly life-affirming – a parade of ghosts spanning the entirety of Nadine’s thirty-seven years, moving with balletic beauty to the music that Nadine and long-time co-writer and producer Ben Hillier have created around them, with renewed emphasis on placing melody and movement front and centre.