Rebekah Shaw on Laura Marling’s mature and emotional exploration of feminine experience, identity and the problems with love
The Albert Hall witnesses a heart-breakingly soulful performance from folk darling Laura Marling, as she proudly shows off material from her new album Semper Femina
Rebekah Shaw speaks to Laura Marling about femininity, creative production, and moving on from LA at the folk musician’s first student conference
Geographical metaphors abound in a strong selection of tracks released in the last week, by Joe Casson
“2016 is gonna be MY year”, you said on January 1st, and chaos descended thenceforth
“What could seem like a fairly generic, solo-acoustic performance on paper is elevated by a quiet, but brooding intensity that enthralls and intrigues all in her presence”.
Marling’s songs are personal, honest and at time, genuinely affecting.
Angelic voices, folky tones and complex harmonies make up this choir of 3 young sisters’ sound.
Manchester Cathedral and Laura Marling – a match made in heaven.