New Zealander Marlon Williams has been making a name for himself in the States this year with a self-titled release that is chock full of tracks that straddle the alt-country/indie folk divide. Because his influences range from the Beatles to the Bunnymen, Williams creates a sound that is both timely and timeless. That is never more evident than in his Sitch Session performance of "Little Glass of Wine," a tune made famous by the Stanley Brothers.
Directed and edited by Richard Downie
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