Rising dream-folk star Marika Hackman announced her long-awaited debut album We Slept at Last back in September and thus far, we'd only gotten one taste of it with her song 'Drown'. Below, you can stream a second cut from the record titled 'Animal Fear', a stunning track that sees her exploring new territories with its layered and lush sound, a departure from the stripped back folk of 'Drown'.

She's also announced some pretty ambitious plans for the artwork of the record. Working alongside photographer Glen Erler, they've created a set of poetic images that will be the art booklet released with both the CD (28 pages) and vinyl editions (24 pages) of the record. Each of the photographs were inspired by the dark imagery portrayed on We Slept at Last, and to celebrate the release of the album, the pictures will also be on display at Camden's Cob Gallery on 18 February. She'll also be performing the album in its entirety and tickets are strictly limited to 70, so get a move on buying tickets here.

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