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Whenever power emerges, there's a sense of innocence lost — Laura Marling: Once I Was An Eagle (Rough Trade)

Kate Mossman, New Statesman, 23 May 2013

Her voice, once so English, has turned into a slip-slidey American lilt, half-speech, half-jazz, frequently yoyoing to a deeper register... In Marling, we're watching an accelerated transition from youthful talent to artistic sophistication.

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