"I don’t think it’s incestuous. There’s real camaraderie. We’re all friends who were doing similar things and playing on each other’s records. It’s nice. I think Charlie’s album is phenomenal. I don’t take it personally. I don’t sit at home thinking, ‘This is weird, it’s all about me.’ Actually, I think it’s about him.
I’m a songwriter, and I understand artistic licence. We can embellish, go on little journeys and explore our inner selves. It can be quite self-indulgent. Charlie’s in his album, and I’m in my album. No barriers have been broken. It’s absolutely OK."
- Laura Marling in an interview on The First Days of Spring (via ifolkinlovemusic)