Following the success of his debut album 'At Last', Luke Evans returns with 'A Song for You'. The album drew its title from the Donny Hathaway song that's one of Evans' lifelong favourites, and with which he opens the 14-song selection. The foundations of the album are four songs that speak to both his talent and to the respect in which he's held by his peers: the two tracks he's written with renowned songwriter Amy Wadge (credits incl. Ed Sheeran, Jessie Ware, James Blunt) alongside two stellar duets with Nicole Kidman ('Say Something') and Charlotte Church ('Come What May'). Overall, the focus is on covers carefully curated from Evans' huge hinterland of musical passions. They're delivered in his transcendent tenor, with orchestral backing courtesy of Prague's Philharmonic Orchestra, with additional glorious, full-voiced support on key tracks from the world-famous, 130-year-old Treorchy Male Voice Choir.