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He loves his fans and his fans love him back. He even hangs out at the merch stand after the gig to sign stubby holders like any top bloke should.
There are elements of seriousness from time to time but for the most part the show is trying to make you laugh and in that it does succeed.
What you see is what you get with Laura Marling, which tonight is a beautiful songwriter and performer who is completely honest.
"So it is raw, but it’s just how I like to write these days: to keep it as real as possible. I like a lot of different music and I guess it’s just who I am."
They also throw a hint of MMMBop in there and finish up with The Beatles’ Eight Days A Week so everyone can sing along.
Little Boots sounds a bit like Robyn, but without the sassy attitude
This is a band that makes intelligent, mature, honest indie rock that goes down like a straight whiskey after a long day.
There’s a good mix of tempos in the songs that will make for a balanced live show to please all the punters whether they come to dance or sway.
“We’ve got the best improvisers and comedians from all over the country, and it’s terrific how good the performers are."
She is clearly very comfortable being single with no children and despite what she was told by one magazine, is a great role model for young women.