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Nothing Feels Natural is an abridged edition of the zine that originally accompanied Priests' debut LP of the same name in 2017. It features a series of interviews conducted with the band by journalist Jenn Pelly in Washington, DC during the first days of November 2016.
Jenn Pelly is a contributing editor at Pitchfork and author of The Raincoats, a volume in the 33 1/3 series on the feminist punk band. Priests is a musical group based in Washington, DC. The band's first full-length album, Nothing Feels Natural, was released in 2017 on its own label, Sister Polygon Records.