Singer-songwriter Natalie Prass stopped by NPR’s intimate Tiny Desk for a color-coordinated efficiency three tracks from her 2018 album The Future and the Past.
The Richmond, Va. native was accompanied by her band with matching cobalt blue uniforms, as they started with the danceable “Oh My,” the 12-track LP’s opener. “I can't imagine the issues I see/ Are we dropping honey from the bees?/ How are we sinking from the warmth?/ Are we dropping forests for the bushes?,” Prass sang.
She then introduced up her backup vocalists and “superb writers” Kenneka Cook and Angelica Garcia for the slower-tempo “Short Court Style.”
Prass concluded with “Hot for Mountain,” a bluesy tune about staying robust within the present U.S. political local weather. Prass famous that the music is “slightly f the overwhelmed path, however, I don’t know, it’s my favourite.”
Check out Prass's fascinating Tiny Desk efficiency under.