Jessica Pratt

Artist Photo

4:15pm Monday 9/1

Pavilion Stage

“To say that Jessica Pratt is an old soul would be a vast understatement,” says Pitchfork. “The young San Francisco singer/songwriter’s deeply intimate folk sounds so sincerely cast in from the 1960s that it’s hard to believe she didn’t release a proper LP during that period of time.” Her self-titled album is a fully formed emerald artifact dug up cobwebby and cold but no less green for its time spent buried. Sun-bleached and sounding a thousand years old, Pratt’s debut is arrestingly, brand-dazzling new.