Natalie Prass Unveils Heartwrenching Ballad "Lost" From 'The Future And The Past'

Natalie Prass Unveils Heartwrenching Ballad "Lost" From 'The Future And The Past' (June 1/ATO Records)

Announces Fall Headlining Tour Today; Album Release Show At Rough Trade NYC June 1

The third song to be released from Natalie Prass’ album ‘The Future and The Past’ (June 1/ATO Records) finds her in a position not yet seen from her new project: vulnerability. “Lost” soars, a big sweeping ballad that laments the growing and heartbreaking realization that sometimes, love isn’t enough to make a relationship worth it.
Says Natalie, “’Lost’ is about putting your foot down in a relationship when enough is enough. It’s the journey of getting engulfed in another person’s energy, good and bad, and ultimately understanding the other person is out to hurt you and not there to love you back.”
“Lost” is the third single from “The Future and The Past,’ with the last single “Sisters” hailed as a “modern feminist anthem” by Consequence of Sound. Natalie performed the first single, “Short Court Style,” on CONAN and for NPR Music; recorded an episode of the popular podcast Song Exploder exploring the track; and earned praise from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Vulture, The Fader, and more.
Today Natalie has also announced her fall headlining “The Future and The Past Tour.”  It begins September 18 in Columbus and ends November 8 in London, hitting cities including Chicago, San Francisco, and LA in between. Full dates below.
Watch Natalie perform “Short Court Style” on CONAN and NPR Music
‘The Future and The Past’ is a stunning snapshot of a musician in a state of personal rediscovery and surging femininity. The celebratory and defiant album finds Natalie tapping into deep, dancey grooves that glisten with ‘80s pop and ‘90s R&B, nestled alongside quivering, lushly orchestrated ballads.
Natalie recently completed a run of shows with Fleet Foxes and several performances at SXSW where Rolling Stone deemed her one of the best acts of the week and said her show was “the sound of a musician hitting her stride.” Last week, The Guardian raved that Natalie “counters oppression with optimism…it feels as if Prass, confronting wrong with charm and sterling musicianship, is on the verge of something bigger.”
May 26 – Nashville, TN – Centennial Park
June 1 – New York, NY – Rough Trade
June 2 – Philadelphia, PA – Johnny Brenda’s
June 3 – Richmond, VA – Broadberry
Aug 19 – Marietta, OH – Mountain Stage
Sept 18 – Columbus, OH – Ace of Cups
Sept 19 – Chicago, IL – Lincoln Hall
Sept 20 – Madison, WI – High Noon Saloon
Sept 21 – St. Paul, MN – Turf Club
Sept 24 – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
Sept 25 – Vancouver, BC – Fox Cabaret
Sept 26 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
Sept 28 – San Francisco, CA – Slim’s
Sept 29 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour
Sept 30 – San Diego, CA – Casbah
Oct 2 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar
Oct 7 – Tulsa, OK – The Vanguard
Oct 8 – Kansas City, MO – Record Bar
Oct 10 – Denver, CO – Larimer Lounge
Oct 14 – New Orleans, LA – Gasa Gasa
Oct 16 – Atlanta, GA – The Earl
Oct 17 – Asheville, NC – The Mothlight
Oct 18 – Nashville, TN – Mercy Lounge
Oct 19 – Raleigh, NC – Kings
Nov 8 – London, UK – Electric Brixton