Win a 180g vinyl copy of Laura Marling's 'Once I Was An Eagle'

Laura Marling - Once I Was An Eagle
Laura Marling - Once I Was An Eagle (Courtesy of Ribbon Music)

Laura Marling's Once I Was An Eagle is one of The Current's favorite records of the year thus far, and we want you to enjoy the record on wax.

The Current's Bill DeVille reviewed the album, comparing the Brit songstress to Led Zeppelin's mystical Eastern sound and the Laurel Canyon inspired sounds of Father John Misty and Dawes.

Tell us what track you enjoy most on Once I Was An Eagle and enter for your chance to win an LP copy of the singer-songwriter's latest album.

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