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Laura Marling is celebrating her Mercury Prize nom with a new video for 'Fortune'

The stripped-back rendition was shot in the countryside. 
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Published: 2:32 pm, July 23, 2020
Laura Marling is celebrating her Mercury Prize nom with a new video for 'Fortune'

Laura Marling is celebrating her Mercury Prize nom with a new video for 'Fortune'.

It's a stripped-back version of a song from her recent album, 'Song For Our Daughter', which is up against Dua Lipa, Charli XCX, Sports Team and more for this year's gong.

“Releasing the record as the world turned itself upside down felt quite disconcerting," sys Laura. "It still feels odd now, but in what has been such an unusual year, this comes as a nice surprise. Am also very pleased to be joining the 'four timers' club."

Check out her new clip below.

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