Natalie Prass is the kind of artist Spacebomb was created for-a songwriter's songwriter and performer's performer blessed with a golden voice and universal appeal-a singer who understands the vision and brings an undeniable talent to the process. She's a joy for any listener to discover-a lover and a fighter and old-soul trader in genuine energy, aiming straight for the heart. Prass turns a sly eye to the pageantry of emotion, the drama of love and the mysteries of everyday life with a disarming mixture of sincerity and cosmic insolence, unapologetically romantic, spinning golden threads of lyric and melody, each inflection and melisma planned and considered, each word tailored for meaning and effect-the pop gesture as art form. She delivers it all with carefree charm and nearly divine intuition. When the time came to record a full length, Prass returned to Virginia to work with Spacebomb Records, a label able to realize big visions and lush productions within the rustic charm of it's attic studio. The match made sense musically and her ties to Matthew E. White go back to playing in rock bands in their high school days. The two worked together, selecting nine tracks to run through Spacebomb's creative machine. With hard work and the alchemy of circumstance, they crafted an unassuming masterpiece-a real stunner that sounds both thoroughly out-of-time and impossibly fresh. Prass is a powerful, beguiling performer and cunning pop composer-one for the moment and one for the ages.