In the two tracks already previewed from her upcoming second album The Future and The Past, Natalie Prass has shown us her frivolous side on the sprightly 'Short Court Style' and her emphatic, political side on the anthemic 'Sisters'. Today she delivers a third single, 'Lost', and it's the most heart-rending and delicate song to be aired yet, and will certainly appeal to fans of her debut album.

Although it is similar to the songs from Natalie Prass, 'Lost' shows growth in many ways for Prass. For starters it's the first of her songs that she's produced on her own, and you can hear how she's crafted and commanded her band to swell and resound so phenomenally well with herself at the centre. And Prass, as that central figure, is magnificent; her voice has never sounded so honeyed, as it is in the tripping and contemplative verses, nor has it sounded as rich as it does in the swelling undercurrent of emotion that comes pouring out in the chorus.

Natalie takes us on a devastating yet gorgeous emotional journey in 'Lost', which she explains, saying: "'Lost' is about putting your foot down in a relationship when enough is enough. It's the journey of getting engulfed in another person's energy, good and bad, and ultimately understanding the other person is out to hurt you and not there to love you back."

After a spectacular performance at London's Bush Hall last week, Prass has announced her return to the capital for a show at Electric Brixton on November 8th - tickets here.