Natalie Prass: Why Don't You Believe In Me
Natalie Prass creates delicate songs bound together by compelling lyrics. Her songwriting is heartfelt and true to the nature of her craft; she has a knack for arranging beautifully raw songs that deliver a soulful punch.
Prass collaborated with longtime friend and artist, Erica Prince for the video accompanying "Why Don't You Believe In Me." Natalie describes the process below:
"The song is about self doubt, and so we thought it was appropriate that the video relate to the idea of self examination and layers that both distort and reveal. Erica's sculpture is also featured in the video. The piece is called Self Possession and it is really about self acceptance. It implies a female protagonist that is forced to face themselves. In Buddhism the circle represents wholeness, of oneself and the universe, and so the physical side of the sculpture creates half of the circle, and the reflection completes it, as if to say that half of ourselves lies in our self-image, the one that we create."
Prass' self-titled debut is available now via Spacebomb Records.