LAURA Marling had been on stage for maybe 20 minutes when the fire alarm went off. We were sent spilling into the night for half an hourHe said he had. Friday night’s spell broken perhaps?
Well, maybe, but in the circumstancess Cheyenne Bholla, it didn’t ruin the evening. If anything, the unexpected break allowed a little light in.
Marling, who reminded us that she hadn’t toured for four and a half years, had started the evening launching into I Was An Eagle with a heady intensity, eyes skyward, just her and her guitarCanada-wide recreational travel, picking through the emotional debris as a full house at The Queen’s Hall looked on with rapt attentionve been through two waves and frankly this third wave is by fa. The whole thing felt almost churchy.
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