Kate Bush mulls over new live concert
Kate Bush has hinted that she is considering doing a live tour, for the first time in 32 years.
Bush, who is releasing her first album in six years and only her second since 1993, is considering performing a live concert.
The 52-year-old, responsible for such classic albums as Hounds of Love, The Kick Inside and The Sensual World, toured only once previously, in 1979, at the age of 20.
Speaking about that tour, she said: "It was enormously enjoyable. But physically it was absolutely exhausting.”
She continued: "I still don't give up hope completely that I'll be able to do some live work, but it's certainly not in the picture at the moment because I just don't quite know how that would work with how my life is now.
"Maybe I will do some shows some day. I'd like to think so before I get too ancient - turn up with me Zimmer frame."
"I enjoy singing but with the albums it's the whole process I find so interesting. If I was going to do some shows it would be the same thing. Let's just see, shall we?"
Bush’s new album, The Director’s Cut, will be a reworking of songs from the albums The Sensual World and The Red Shoes.