Ahead of her first US tour date in support of Once I Was an Eagle at the Women's Club in Minneapolis, Laura Marling stopped by to play songs off her latest album in Minnesota Public Radio's UBS Forum.
Listen to the full in-studio audio above to hear Marling talk more about the music of her childhood, the album's Greek mythology reference, and what it was like performing with an orchestra at the BBC Proms.
"Where Can I Go"
"Rosie (Little Bird)"
"Saved These Words"
All songs off Laura Marling's latest album Once I Was an Eagle, out now on Virgin Records.
Produced by Derrick Stevens
Engineered by Erik Stromstad and Maury Jensen
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