UK indie folk singer Laura Marling will be returning to Australia this July for the Splendour in the Grass festival, and will also be performing sideshows in Sydney, Adelaide, Perth and Melbourne.
Once I Was An Eagle is Laura's upcoming fourth album, which will be released on May 24. So if you want to get a taste of the album live, make sure to book tickets!
Tickets are $70+bf and are available to all ages. Tickets available through Ticketek.
Summer may be drawing to a close down here in the southern hemisphere but the tour circuit is still smoking hot. This week we've got news from Phoenix, Splendour, national event news, new music, and new labels.
Let’s face it – Laura Marling can make the average person feel pretty damn unaccomplished. She’s released three multi award-winning albums, played many a renowned venue and collaborated with countless amazing musicians – all before she turned 22.
Massive week! Lots of huge releases from big acts from Laura Marling, Paul Weller, Marilyn Manson, Katy Perry, All American Rejects, The Chemical Brothers and Grinderman to name a few! Also releases from oldies and new local acts such as The Manks as well as dance acts such as Far East Movement and electro from Laps. There’s something for everyone and heaps to get through so get stuck in! Stay posted for next week, it’s going to be another big one!
Massive week! Tons of new releases with heaps of big ones from Laura Marling, Paul Weller, Marilyn Manson, All American Rejects to The Temper Trap, just to name a few! We have a few oldies like The Hives and new local acts such as The Mank and also a few dance releases from Far East Movement and elctro from Laps. There's something for everyone this week and there's heaps to go through so get stuck into it! Next week is set to be huge too, stay posted!
With thunderstorms in the forecast, Singapore was quite lucky to receive little more than a sprinkle. This was a huge relief to Laneway festival founder Danny Rogers, as he looked out into the crowd and thanked the previous attendees for braving what he called "monsoonal weather" last year.
The soft-spoken English songwriter captivated a stunned Triple J winners-only audience at a private concert held in the Paddington Uniting Church.
Sometimes words can't do justice to the beauty music can evoke. You have to experience it for yourself. At the very least, I don't consider myself a good enough writer to do so. Tonight at the Sydney Opera House brings me one such moment, where UK songstress Laura Marling embraced a sold out crowd performing her latest record A Creature I Don't Know in full (for the first time), and a second set of favourites from her first two records.
Not a cloud could be found as we made our way to the St Jerome's Laneway Festival in Sydney. Indeed, the sun had come out to play on a typically beautiful Sydney summer day (which we haven't seen much of this year); a stark contrast to the weather of last year and a very welcome start to what would be a stellar day of music.
The mercurial Laura Marling charmed The Forum Theater in one of the finest performances I’ve seen in... ever, really.