Kathryn Williams and Neill MacColl spring Two

Kathryn Williams and Neill MacColl will release their record, Two, this spring through Nettwerk Music Group. The first single, “Come With Me,” will be digitally released with a bonus track, “Ghost,” on March 17 through iTunes. Williams is one of the UK’s most respected singer/songwriters, while MacColl is the son of Ewan MacColl, who wrote “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face” for his mother Peggy Seeger. The two met at the Daughters of Albion concert (part of the BBC’s Folk Britannia season), where they had been paired to perform “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.” “We just clicked, we didn’t need to say anything on stage, we could read where the other was going,” recalls Kathryn. MacColl adds, “We locked ourselves in a room for a few days and the songs just poured out of us. The way we write and play together is like we’re both steering the same ship- in the most natural and instinctive way.” After writing Two in only six days, the duo brought in engineer/producer Phill Brown whose credits include Stairway To Heaven and albums by the Rolling Stones, John Martyn, Roxy Music and Brian Eno.

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