16 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ornate, complex, and inviting in equal measure, Laura Marling’s fourth album is a quietly powerful epic. More than just a collection of songs, the album flows from one suite to the next, with the rumbling acoustics of “Take the Night Off” gliding seamlessly into the mystical, cascading melody of “Breathe.” Even the album’s roaring moments, like the drum-powered “Master Hunter,” feel homespun and intimate, as if Marling is reading a grand fairy tale brimming with twists and turns.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Ornate, complex, and inviting in equal measure, Laura Marling’s fourth album is a quietly powerful epic. More than just a collection of songs, the album flows from one suite to the next, with the rumbling acoustics of “Take the Night Off” gliding seamlessly into the mystical, cascading melody of “Breathe.” Even the album’s roaring moments, like the drum-powered “Master Hunter,” feel homespun and intimate, as if Marling is reading a grand fairy tale brimming with twists and turns.

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