Headlining tonight at Mercy Lounge, Natalie Prass has been busy touring her second full-length album, The Future And The Past. Accompanied by her drummer fiancé (Eric Slick from Dr. Dog) and Jacob Ungerleider (keyboard), Prass performed “Hot For The Mountain” and “Short Court Style” in the ONErpm studio. The latter’s smooth disco-rock groove will make you want to dance, while the call-to-action theme of the record derives from the former.
The record has been a long time coming. It was all but finished in late 2016, when November came. At the election, Prass felt “devastated” and disheartened as a woman in America. Luckily, she channelled that feeling into a rewritten record and raised her voice.
After a few years living in Virginia, Prass is finally moving back to Nashville. Join her and Stella Donnelly on their fall tour. Listen to these performances and the full interview with Lt. Dan below. (Other recommended listens are “Lost” and “Sisters”)
Written by Taylor John