Marlon Williams is a New Zealand singer, songwriter and musician, hailing from Lyttelton, New Zealand.
Starting his career in 2009, Williams was frontman of The Unfaithful Ways, which led to shows with Band of Horses and a nomination for Critics’ Choice at the New Zealand Music Awards in 2011. Around this time he started performing as a duo with Delaney Davidson, which also led to winning the New Zealand Country Song and Country Album of the year in 2013.
Releasing his self-titled debut album in April 2015, in New Zealand and Australia, Marlon Williams would go on to find fans across the globe, touring the UK and Ireland in autumn that year.
In 2017, he released the single Vampire Again, and supported it with one London date, a handful of European dates and a bunch of US shows as part of a tour - which sold out completely.
William's latest record, 'Make Way For Love', was released in February 2018, accompanied by North American dates in March, a European tour in April, and a series of shows across Australia and New Zealand in May.
The New Zealand country singer-songwriter has a busy summer lined up, mixing headline shows with festival appearances, including sets at Latitude, Rivertown Music Festival, Cambridge Folk Festival and Green Man. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.