Lyttelton-born singer-songwriter Marlon Williams has been described as being 'like a choirboy singing country music'. His second album Make Way for Love is out on February 16. It's a lovelorn album written in the wake of his break-up with Aldous Harding.
Wallace Chapman speaks to Marlon ahead of the album's release and his tour of Europe, US and Australia, before he returns to NZ in May for four concerts, with Julia Deans.
Marlon performs 'Love Is A Terrible Thing', and 'Come To Me' live in the RNZ studio.
Marlon Williams and Julia Deans tour details:
- Wellington: May 19, Hunter Lounge
- Dunedin: May 22, Glenroy
- Christchurch: May 23, Foundry
- Auckland: May 25, Town Hall