Remember the name Left At London because the Seattle-based transgender bedroom pop artist is on the verge of blowing up. The stage name of Nat Puff, her latest EP Transgender Street Legend, Vol. 1 shows off her incredible wit and ability to tackle heavy subject matters like Borderline Personality Disorder (which she lives with) and lesbianism (which she thrives with).
Today, Billboard premiered the video for the EP’s lead single “Revolution Lover,” a previous KEXP Song of the Day. The low-budget clip is a joyous look at Pratt and her friends having fun and goofing off together, with a surprise appearance from a ghost at the end. Puff says this about her identity and how it comes through in her music:
I don’t think that I would be able to make music if I were anybody else. And so I am thankful for the struggles that I’ve gone through, which was hard to come to terms with. I feel like the parts of my identity that come together the most are my lesbianism and BPD because both are so prevalent. You’d think the trans thing would come up more often but it doesn’t. I think being trans came up so often in high school that it felt pat at this point.
Left at London will play her debut KEXP in-studio performance next week, Wednesday, March 27 at 9:30 am PT.
Watch the video for “Revolution Lover” below.
The song comes from his fourteenth stripped-down studio album In the Shape of a Storm