It's hard to believe Laura Marling is back with her fourth album Once I was an Eagle. At only 23, she has produced some of the finest alt-folk albums of the past decade and has proved her worth with her immeasurable songwriting abilities. We were first treated to 'Where Can I Go?' from the album and now 'Master Hunter' is the second teaser for the upcoming release.

Sounding like a woman scorned, the song boasts passive aggressive tones and a rhythm section worthy of any stadium. As usual, it's Laura's lyrics that really shine here, with "You're not sad, you live for the blues" really sticking it to the song's subject. Once again, Marling has produced a corker of a tune that makes Once I was an Eagle a very anticipated release indeed.

Listen below via The Guardian.

Once I Was An Eagle is released May 27th via Virgin.