Do you remember last year when Laura Marling released an album and it was introduced to the world via a kind of spooky, intensely atmospheric trailer? Do you remember when there was a super nice documentary about her and waistcoat brigade Mumford and Sons charging about India playing string instruments? Well even if you don’t follow Laura Marling’s activity like some sort of crazed buzzard, this new trailer for her next album is worth a watch.
Directorial duo Fred and Nick have got a magic touch that suits her music down to the ground, possibly the reason why they keep working for her and many other bands making friendly, unshowy documentaries and videos for the baying public. We’ve just been notified that the full version can now be watched online, so waste no time and check it out here
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