Hear Jessica Pratt’s new single, “Aeroplane”

The rising Cali singer-songwriter is interviewed in the current issue of Uncut

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Californian singer-songwriter Jessica Pratt will release her third album Quiet Signs on February 8 via City Slang.

The latest single to be taken from it is “Aeroplane”, Pratt’s first electric song. Hear it below:

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In an extensive interview feature in the current issue of Uncut, Pratt discusses her songwriting process: “It’s a bit like a dream. When you wake up, if you don’t keep focusing on it, you start to forget the major parts of it. That kind of dream state, that mental state, is very similar to the one that is utilised when I’m writing.”

You can read much more about Jessica Pratt in the latest issue of Uncut, on sale now with Leonard Cohen on the cover. There is also a Jessica Pratt song on the accompanying free CD.

The March 2019 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Leonard Cohen on the cover. Inside, you’ll find David Bowie, Bob Marley, The Yardbirds, Lambchop, Jessica Pratt, Crass, Neu!, Sean Ono Lennon and much more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including Cass McCombs, Sleaford Mods, Julia Jacklin and Royal Trux.

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