Sometimes you're just in need of music that makes you feel like you're wandering through Greenwich Village in the '70s, vaguely nervous about the forthcoming rent check for your roach-infested loft on the Bowery, your kind-of-ex's drug problems, and all those guilt-trippy letters from your parents in Connecticut. Am I right? Well, look no further than Jessica Pratt'sOn Your Own Love Again, which you can stream now a week in advance of its physical release via NPR. Pratt's lovely, singular vocals and layered guitar sounds recall old-school folk as much as they do contemporary freak-folk auteurs like Grizzly Bear or Devendra Banhart, and her lyrics conjure vivid imagery that'll have you instantly sucked into her fully-realized world. Check it out over at NPR while you wait to grab a physical copy, starting January 27th.