Singer Natalie Prass is having an exciting start to her spring. The contemporary singer-songwriter (and former Jenny Lewis band member) made her national television debut on Tuesday night with an appearance on “Conan,” where she delivered a lively performance of her latest single, “Short Court Style.” The fun new song was unveiled late last month, and acts as the lead track from her upcoming sophomore album, The Future and the Past.
The televised performance can be watched in full via the video below, which smoothly showcases the fun and dance-friendly chemistry which Prass and her band clearly continued to develop during their time down in Austin for SXSW. For her big-time television debut, Prass ditches her green jumpsuit for a silky pink skirt-suit with a necktie to match. Outfit aside, Prass and her band look like they’re having a ton of fun performing the new material on stage, which they'll certainly hope to share for those in the audience as they continue their global spring tour later next month.
The Future and the Past is currently scheduled for release on June 1 via ATO Records. Prass will be at Rough Trade NYC in Brooklyn for the album release show that night, where fans should expect nothing less than a dance party of epic proportions. The singer and her band have spent all of this month performing around the southeast U.S. prior to heading to SXSW last week. The first leg of her 2018 tour schedule came to a close following a gig at the Moroccan Lounge in Los Angeles on Tuesday, but is set to start back up again one month from today with the first of seven shows over in Europe and the U.K. before Prass returns to the States for another short North American run.
Tickets to select shows on her spring tour, which will presumably be extended as summer draws closer, are on sale now and can be purchased by clicking here.