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Laura Marling

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Singer/songwriter Laura Marling was only 16 years old when she emerged on the British indie scene in 2007 thanks to a handful of infectious singles made available on her MySpace profile. Endowed with a husky voice, an acoustic guitar, and a gift for building quirky, hooky folk songs (characteristics that find her compared favorably to artists like Lily Allen, Regina Spektor, and Martha Wainwright), Marling quickly made a name for herself throughout England thanks to a heavy touring schedule and a few high-profile gigs, not the least of which included an appearance at the 2006 City Showcase: Spotlight London and as the opening act for Jamie T. Although she was still without a label one year later, her debut EP, My Manic and I, was slated for independent release in the late fall of 2007. This status didn't last for long, however, because in early 2008, signed to Virgin, Marling issued Alas I Cannot Swim, which also came as part of a multimedia Songbox package. In 2010, Marling released her sophomore album, I Speak Because I Can, which debuted at number three on the U.K. albums chart and was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. Marling completed a working holiday tour of the U.S. in 2012, where she played a host of solo shows as she traveled through the States, and announced her fourth album, Once I Was an Eagle, while in California. The record appeared a year later and was her third to be nominated for the coveted Mercury Prize. Following the album’s release, Marling relocated to L.A. in a bid to settle in one place after moving multiple times while releasing four albums in five years, each with accompanying tours. Plans for a fifth release were initially shelved in early 2013, but by 2014, Marling had completed new material and returned to London to record the record. The resulting Short Movie arrived in spring 2015. ~ Margaret Reges & Scott Kerr
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Stations Featuring
Laura Marling

    Folk

    Folk
    10 songs

    Female Focus

    Female Focus
    1 song

Albums by
Laura Marling

Top Songs by
Laura Marling

  1.   Song
    Popularity
  2.   Rambling Man
  3.   Sophia
  4.   Where Can I Go?
  5.   Night Terror
  6.   Devil's Spoke
  7.   Ghosts
  8.   The Muse
  9.   All My Rage
  10.   I Speak Because I Can
  11.   Master Hunter
  12.   Shine
  13.   Devil's Resting Place
  14.   What He Wrote
  15.   Alpha Shallows
  16.   Blackberry Stone
  17.   False Hope
  18.   Made By Maid
  19.   I Feel Your Love
  20.   Undine
  21.   Goodbye England (Covered in Snow)
  22.   My Manic and I
  23.   Salinas
  24.   The Captain and the Hourglass
  25.   I Was Just a Card
  26.   Breathe
  27.   Tap at My Window
  28.   Short Movie
  29.   How Can I
  30.   Gurdjieff's Daughter
  31.   Don't Let Me Bring You Down
  32.   Warrior
  33.   You Know
  34.   Take the Night Off
  35.   New Romantic
  36.   Night After Night
  37.   You're No God
  38.   Failure
  39.   Old Stone
  40.   Daisy
  41.   David
  42.   Worship Me
  43.   Howl
  44.   Divine
  45.   Easy
  46.   Strange
  47.   Walk Alone
  48.   Bonny Portmore featuring Jonathan Wilson
  49.   Saved These Words
  50.   Little Bird
  51.   Love Be Brave
  52.   When Were You Happy? (And How Long Has That Been)
  53.   Pray for Me
  54.   Once
  55.   Interlude
  56.   Little Love Caster
  57.   I Was an Eagle
  58.   Blues Run the Game
  59.   Rest in Bed
  60.   Flicker and Fail
  61.   The Beast
  62.   Rest in the Bed
  63.   My Friends
  64.   Don't Ask Me Why
  65.   DVD
  66.   To Darkness/Kripa by Mumford & Sons
  67.   Mehendi Rachi
  68.   Alas I Cannot Swim
  69.   Cross Your Fingers
  70.   Crawled out of the Sea (Interlude)
  71.   Your Only Doll (Dora)
  72.   Hope In The Air
  73.   Darkness Descends
  74.   To Be a Woman
  75.   Typical
  76.   Anmoil Rishtey by Mumford & Sons
  77.   Mama How Far I’ve Come
  78.   I'm A Fly

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