Black Lives Matter. The fact that it needs to be said shows how very far we still have to go as a country. We hear you and we are with you.
Before one of her many shows at SXSW, singer-songwriter Natalie Prass sat down with CHIRP's Dylan Peterson to swap stories about Godzilla toys, determine the distinct smell of heartbreak, and talk about how she was influenced by Harry Nilsson's Popeye soundtrack.
Natalie Prass is performing at the Pitchfork Music Festival, and plays Lincoln Hall on May 11.
produced by Dylan Peterson
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