Laura Marling’s ‘A Creature I Don’t Know’

    Summer is officially over, holidays are unfortunately now a thing of the past, and it’s time to get serious, again. Luckily, there is something to relieve part of the dread.


    Introducing Laura Marling and her new album, A Creature I Don’t Know. At just 21, Marling is already three albums deep and still going strong; as each accomplished album sets the bar higher than the previous. For an artist who claims to not understand lyric writing or the music-making process, her new album, along with all of her fans, would beg to differ as a new found confidence is reflected in her music.


    Her songs are driven by the simplicity of rich vocals and guitar, with the occasional mélange of percussion and violin. She’s truly an artist—not a production. Furthermore, her music carries undertones of her childhood idols like Bob Dylan, Neil Yong, and Joni Mitchell, which fans are commenting that they can hear more of on this album.


    Vulnerability, versatility and voice makes this timeless album her best yet, and reflects the line of maturity that has clearly been crossed.


    Seriously, no but seriously, don’t pass up Laura Marling’s A Creature I Don’t Know.




    Words by Lauren Migliore

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