On a recent visit to New York City, Laura Marling and her band popped into the Cutting Room for a Sitch Session version of "Wild Fire," a tune off her new Semper Femina LP. It's the perfect song for the city setting as Marling's performance partly echoes Lou Reed's speak-sing storytelling style. "You wanna get high. You overcome those desires before you come to me," she offers, ramping up to the heartfelt harmonies. "Think your mama's kind of sad? Think your papa's kind of mean? I can take it all away. You can stop playing it out on me."


Directed + Edited by Wonderscope 

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