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Haunting Brit Kate Nash Rocks 'BPP' Jukebox

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Haunting Brit Kate Nash Rocks 'BPP' Jukebox

Haunting Brit Kate Nash Rocks 'BPP' Jukebox

Haunting Brit Kate Nash Rocks 'BPP' Jukebox

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The English-Irish singer-songwriter stopped by the BPP studios to play "Skeleton Song," one of the arresting pop songs off her debut album, Made of Bricks.

Like her fan Lily Allen, Nash first attracted widespread attention online and has since won numerous U.K. awards. Though only 20 years old, she's already topped European pop charts and is steadily gaining ground in the U.S.

Released here in January, Nash's debut album, Made of Bricks, is full of infectious pop music that's propelled by Nash's accent and personality.

WATCH: Kate Nash plays "Skeleton Song" off her debut album, Made of Bricks.