Laura Marling to release two new albums in 2010

Singer not just releasing 'I Speak Because I Can' this year

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Laura Marling has announced that she is set to release two new albums in 2010.

As well as releasing second album 'I Speak Because I Can' on March 22 she is set to record a further album, scheduled for September release.

Like 'I Speak Because I Can', her second album of 2010 will be produced by Ethan Johns (Ryan Adams, Kings Of Leon).

Speaking of her next album release, Marling told NME.COM that it it "more band-based and more raw" than her 2008 debut, 'Alas I Cannot Swim'. She added that its themes address "responsibility, particularly the responsibility of womanhood".

The tracklisting for 'I Speak Because I Can' is:

'Devil's Spoke'
'Made By Maid'
'Rambling Man'
'Blackberry Stone'
'Alpha Shallows'
'Goodbye England'
'Hope In The Air'
'What He Wrote'
'Darkness Descends'
'I Speak Because I Can'


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