Watch Florence + the Machine and Marlon Williams Perform "Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore" | Under the Radar - Music Magazine

Watch Florence + the Machine and Marlon Williams Perform “Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore”

The Duo Perform Williams' Song Live in Sydney

Jan 30, 2019
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New Zealand singer/songwriter/guitarist Marlon Williams released his sophomore album, Make Way For Love, back in February 2018 via Dead Oceans. He has been supporting Florence + the Machine (aka Florence Welch and backing band) on her Australian tour and at her show in Sydney this past Saturday she brought him out on stage to perform Make Way For Love highlight "Nobody Gets What They Want Anymore" and now Welch has shared an official live video of the chill-inducing performance. The original album version was a duet with Williams' ex-girlfriend Aldous Harding and was our #1 Song of the Week. Watch the live video below and start dreaming of a collaborative album or EP between the two of them.

Last fall Williams appeared in the hit Bradley Cooper/Lady Gaga musical romance A Star Is Born, playing himself as a younger star tapped to lead a Roy Orbison tribute at the Grammys instead of Cooper's somewhat aging rocker Jackson Maine.

Florence + the Machine released a new album, High As Hope, last June via Republic. She recently shared two new songs not featured on that album, the James Ford-produced "Moderation" (which was one of our Songs of the Week) and the Daniel Siskin-produced "Haunted House." Florence + the Machine is headlining New York's Governors Ball festival at the end of May.

Read our 2017 interview with Marlon Williams on Make Way For Love.

Read our 2016 interview with Marlon Williams.

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