NEARLY six years after Kate Nash was one of the biggest draws at Belladrum 2007, the singer returns to the area for a date in Inverness on Saturday, April 13.
Nash - who will appear at the Ironworks - will release her third album Girl Talk in March with the first single from it - 3AM - coming out on February 18.
In the last few years, Kate has been embracing causes dear to her heart including backing arrested Russian girl band Pussy Riot and sending a protest letter to Russian president Vlaadimir Putin.
Nash had a small role in movie Greetings from Tim Buckley, a film about father and son singer-songwriters Tim and Jeff Buckley which premiered last year and Kate also released an EP, Death Proof, last November with the first single inspired bythe Quentin Tarantino movie.
Kate's playing a headline set at one of the NME Awards Shows 2013 next month.
• Also announced for the Ironworks are Sheffield metalcore band Bring Me The Horizon with a date on Wednesday, May 1. Shadow Moses - the the first single from their upcoming fourth album Sempiternal - came out on Monday.
Tickets for these gigs go on sale from the venue on Friday at 9am.