9 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

New Zealander Marlon Williams has harnessed two distinct sides of himself with his rootsy debut album. He's got a bad, beautiful case of the blues on the racing “Hello Miss Lonesome”, and the lament continues with "Silent Passage"’s haunting guitars and “Everyone’s Got Something To Say”’s ghostly choruses. But sunlight occasionally breaks through the window. His jaunty vocal on the rock'n'roll “After All” connects like a lost ‘60s classic and the ornate baroque folk of "I’m Lost Without You” showcases his emotive, soaring vocal range.

EDITORS’ NOTES

New Zealander Marlon Williams has harnessed two distinct sides of himself with his rootsy debut album. He's got a bad, beautiful case of the blues on the racing “Hello Miss Lonesome”, and the lament continues with "Silent Passage"’s haunting guitars and “Everyone’s Got Something To Say”’s ghostly choruses. But sunlight occasionally breaks through the window. His jaunty vocal on the rock'n'roll “After All” connects like a lost ‘60s classic and the ornate baroque folk of "I’m Lost Without You” showcases his emotive, soaring vocal range.

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