Jessica Pratt’s “The Last Year” Reflects on the Passage of Time in Anticipated Album Here in the Pitch

Jessica Pratt releases dreamy folk song "The Last Year" ahead of her highly anticipated album Here in the Pitch. The track reflects on time and change.

Singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt has released a new song titled “The Last Year” ahead of her highly anticipated album, Here in the Pitch, which is set to be released this Friday.

“The Last Year” serves as the closing track on Pratt’s upcoming album and showcases her signature dreamy folk sound. The song features delicate guitar strumming and Pratt’s ethereal vocals, creating a hauntingly beautiful atmosphere.

In the song, Pratt reflects on the passing of time and the changes that come with it. She sings, “The last year, it went by so fast / And I can’t help but wonder / How long will this one last?” Her lyrics evoke a sense of nostalgia and contemplation, making “The Last Year” a perfect ending to her album.

Pratt’s upcoming album, Here in the Pitch, is her first release since 2015’s On Your Own Love Again. The album was recorded in a makeshift studio in her Los Angeles home and features her signature lo-fi production style.

In a recent interview with Pitchfork, Pratt described the album as “a collection of songs that are very personal and intimate.” She also shared that the album was heavily influenced by her experiences living in Los Angeles and the changes she has gone through in the past few years.

Fans have been eagerly awaiting new music from Pratt, and “The Last Year” gives a glimpse into what they can expect from her upcoming album. With its hauntingly beautiful sound and introspective lyrics, the song is sure to captivate listeners and leave them wanting more.

Be sure to check out “The Last Year” and keep an eye out for Here in the Pitch, which will be released this Friday. With her unique sound and introspective songwriting, Jessica Pratt continues to solidify her place as one of the most exciting artists in the folk music scene.

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