With the air of a summer's day behind her, Laura Marling had no trouble using a nylon string guitar to recreate lush folk arrangements. Her troubadour sound is rooted in English folk and poetic lyricism, the perfect complement to a warm day in the outside gardens. Marling's mysticism started in the same place as juggernauts like Mumford and Sons, playing small clubs in England. And like her contemporaries, Marling's music is as sincere, mysterious, and infused with a trembling momentum. Watch Marling spin stripped down songs from her most recent LP, A Creature I Don't Know, and find yourself unstuck in sound and space, hypnotized by her poetic balladry.