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Laura Marling

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1.Johnny Flynn         13.1x
2.First Aid Kit         11.3x
3.Noah and the Whale         8.4x
4.Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros         5.5x
5.Fleet Foxes         5.5x
6.Regina Spektor         3.7x
7.Rilo Kiley         3.2x
8.Bon Iver         3.1x
9.Florence and the Machine         3.1x
10.Sufjan Stevens         3.0x
11.Andrew Bird         3.0x
12.Birdy         2.9x
13.Mumford & Sons         2.8x
14.Jeff Buckley         2.7x
15.Of Monsters and Men         2.6x
16.Feist         2.5x
17.The Weepies         2.4x
18.The Avett Brothers         2.4x
19.Fiona Apple         2.4x
20.The Black Keys         2.3x
21.The Tallest Man on Earth         2.2x
22.The National         2.1x
23.Beach House         2.1x
24.Antony and the Johnsons       2.0x
25.Bat for Lashes         2.0x
26.Grimes         2.0x
27.Lykke Li         1.9x
28.Ingrid Michaelson         1.9x
29.St. Vincent         1.7x
30.Joni Mitchell         1.7x
31.The xx         1.6x
32.Cat Power         1.6x
33.Angus & Julia Stone         1.6x
34.Ray LaMontagne         1.6x
35.Simon & Garfunkel         1.6x
36.Alexi Murdoch         1.6x
37.Vampire Weekend         1.5x
38.Grizzly Bear         1.5x
39.M83         1.5x
40.Sleigh Bells         1.5x
41.Damien Rice         1.5x
42.Arcade Fire         < 1.5x
43.Arctic Monkeys         < 1.5x
44.PJ Harvey         < 1.5x
45.Iron & Wine         < 1.5x
46.Elliott Smith         < 1.5x
47.Glen Hansard         < 1.5x
48.Ella Fitzgerald         < 1.5x
49.The Shins         < 1.5x
Laura Beatrice Marling (born 1 February 1990) is an English folk musician from Eversley, Hampshire. Marling became prominent with the London folk scene, she has also toured with a number of well-known indie artists in the UK. Her debut album Alas, I Cannot Swim, and her second album I Speak Because I Can were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize in 2008, and 2010 respectively. She won Best Female Solo Artist at the 2011 Brit Awards and was nominated for the same award at the 2012 Brit Awards. more