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Natalie Prass is the self-titled debut studio album by Natalie Prass. It was co-produced by Matthew E. White and Trey Pollard.
Prass began writing songs for her self-titled as early as 2009. In January 2012, Prass began to record with Matthew E. White, her childhood friend and founder of Spacebomb Records, in his studio attic in Richmond, Virginia. White provided the horn arrangements and Trey Pollard provided the string arrangements.
Since the budget for the album was “virtually nonexistent,” White utilized the help of his friends from the Virginia Commonwealth University jazz program to record the strings. By February 2012, recording for the album was complete but the release was delayed due to Spacebomb’s inaugural release of Big Inner