Veteran singer Linda Perhacs’ debut album Parallelograms (1970) was a spooky and innovative take on psych-folk that was all but ignored on release, but over the years developed a cult following. Today – 44 years later – she’s finally releasing the follow-up, The Soul of All Natural Things. “Prisms of Glass” sees her team up with the similarly minded pop experimentalists Julia Holter and Nite Jewel, who also appear in song's kaleidoscopic new video. It’s a swirling collusion of strings, starlight twinkles and her unmistakable vocals, matched by the rhythmic grace of the three artists in the clip.
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