Marlon Chaplin Releases Heartfelt Ballad "Danger, Danger"

PHOTO CREDIT: Justine McCloskey

PHOTO CREDIT: Justine McCloskey

"Danger, danger, danger it seeps in,

Can I expect a love if love to me means something more than giving in?

The road is two lanes wide and goes in two directions,

Connection’s something you can make without having to collide - run and hide"

Toronto-based singer-songwriter Marlon Chaplin sings in his latest single "Danger, Danger."

The track was written and produced by Chaplin himself and is a heartfelt ballad that evokes profound emotion. Recorded at Lincoln County Social Club in Toronto, it features the artist on acoustic guitar with Eric Duquette on electric guitar.

The single was released along with a touching music video that reflects on the passage of time and its effect on relationships, finding its beauty in Chaplin family footage that was shot over the course of almost 60 years and six generations.

Although "Danger, Danger" is a stand-alone single, Chaplin is preparing to release a full-length LP in Spring 2018 that will follow the success of his acclaimed 2016 debut EP Wanderer By Trade.

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