Watch Kacey Musgraves & Natalie Prass Cover Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive”

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Kacey MusgravesNatalie Prass and Kacey Musgraves both put out great albums last year in the groove-heavy The Future And The Past and the lovestruck Golden Hour, the latter of which we named the very best album of 2018. And, as of last night, they’re on tour together. More »

Natalie Prass – “Wild Horses” (Prefab Sprout Cover)

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Natalie PrassAside from releasing acclaimed albums such as 2015’s self-titled and last year’s The Future And The Past, Natalie Prass has proven herself adept at adapting other people’s music — mainly via the Side By Side EP, which featured her takes on tracks by Grimes, Anita Baker, and … More »

Natalie Prass – “The Fire” Video

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Natalie PrassEarlier this year, Natalie Prass released her sophomore album, The Future And The Past, and today she’s sharing a music video for one of its highlights, “The Fire.” … More »

Kacey Musgraves Announces North American Tour Dates

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Earlier this year, Kacey Musgraves released her latest album, Golden Hour. We named it the second-best album of 2018 so far. Over the last few months, she’s been opening for Harry Styles on his stadium tour, and now she’s finally announced North American tour dates of her own that will take place … More »

Watch Natalie Prass’ Stripped-Down Stereogum Session

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Natalie Prass stereogum sessionRichmond, VA-based musician Natalie Prass is releasing her excellent sophomore album, The Future And The Past, at the end of the week. Today, she stopped by the Stereogum offices in New York City to perform a few songs from it. Prass kicked things off with “The Fire” and “Lost” and wrapped the performance … More »

Stream Natalie Prass’ New Album The Future And The Past

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Natalie-Prass-The-Future-And-The-PastThree years ago, the Richmond, Virginia singer-songwriter Natalie Prass made her debut with a ridiculously gorgeous self-titled album full of immaculate, starry-eyed orchestral pop music. That first album was personal and intimate, but its inspirations were things like ’70s studio pop and classic Disney soundtracks. It burst with ideas and melody and optimism. Next … More »

Natalie Prass – “Lost”

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Natalie Prass is releasing her sophomore album, The Future And The Past, in exactly a month’s time. We’ve heard “Short Court Style” and “Sisters” from it already, and today the Richmond-based musician has shared the album’s third single, “Lost.” It’s a sort of tender-hearted, theatrical ballad that wouldn’t feel out of place on … More »

Natalie Prass – “Sisters”

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The Richmond, Virginia singer-songwriter Natalie Prass arrived three years ago, when she released a dazzling self-titled debut full of starry-eyed, intricately layered orchestral pop music. She was good at that. But now it looks like she’s going in a very different direction. Later this spring, she’ll release The Future And The Past, her sophomore … More »

Natalie Prass Looked Like A Star On Conan Last Night

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Three years ago, Natalie Prass arrived with a self-titled album full of starry-eyed, big-hearted orchestral pop; it was one of the strongest debuts we’ve heard in recent years. And now Prass is finally ready to follow that album up and, it seems, to jump up a few new levels. Prass was the musical guest … More »

Natalie Prass – “Short Court Style” Video

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Natalie Prass captured hearts when she released her self-titled debut in 2015, which she recorded with the legendary team at Spacebomb studios in Richmond, VA. From there, Prass performed at a bunch of festivals, released a covers EP (which included her take on “The Sound Of Silence,” “Caught Up In The Rapture,” … More »