Little May

Track of the Day: Little May “As Loving Should” (2019)

May 20, 2019

It’s been a busy couple of weeks for indie rock duo Little May. They’ve just dropped their second album Blame My Body, they’re gearing up for tours across Australia and Europe (the latter as support act for The Rubens), and now they’ve released the music video for latest single “As Loving Should”. Formerly a trio, […]

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Photo Gallery: Little May + RO + Elizabeth Fader – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney (15.02.19)

February 16, 2019

It had been a long time coming, but Little May returned to Sydney for a headline gig on Friday night, with the venue being the Oxford Art Factory. On the cusp of their album being released, Blame My Body, a number of the new songs were showcased to an enthusiastic audience. 8 of the songs […]

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Live Review: The National introduce Sleep Well Beast to massive Sydney crowd

February 23, 2018

There’s definitely something enigmatic about The National. They’ve been a band for twenty years, are all seemingly grounded family men, and manage to always find themselves in the upper echelons of festival bills. And yet, they don’t rest on their laurels. They’ve just won their first Grammy, and have returned to the Sydney Opera House […]

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The National bolster Australian tour dates with addition of Little May to east coast shows

January 24, 2018

Returning next month for the first time since 2014, The National will be playing shows in Sydney at The Sydney Opera House, Brisbane at Riverstage, and Melbourne at Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Excitingly, this week we learned that special guests Little May as support act for all Australian shows! The connection between the two extends to the […]

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A star-studded lineup pay beautiful, fitting tribute to Szymon on day two at Splendour in the Grass

July 23, 2016

Saturday at Splendour in the Grass was a particularly special one for the Borzestowski family, as they (along with some friends) brought the late Szymon‘s acclaimed debut album, Tigersapp, to life as part of a moving tribute to the Newcastle producer and songwriter. The GW McLennan Tent had a strong crowd of supporters during the […]

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Yours & Owls come out swinging with one huge festival line up for October

June 14, 2016

Well, they promised it would be bigger. They promised it would be better. And in 2016 – the Yours & Owls crew have certainly delivered on the above in pulling together what is easily one of our favourite festival line ups we’ve seen yet. Some of the country’s best (not to mention some rad international […]

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Travel Diary: Liz Drummond of Sydney trio Little May takes us to The Great Escape in Brighton

May 15, 2016

Last year, Sydney indie/folk band, Little May had an incredible time at The Great Escape festival in Brighton, England. Seeing talent from the likes of Jesse Davidson, BAD//DREEMS and Sakswatch, the talent that this festival had was enormous – and it looks no different for 2016. Before we kick this year off, however, Liz Drummond […]

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Live Review: Little May + E^ST + Australia – Metro Theatre, Sydney (06.05.16)

May 9, 2016

If I were to ever offer any pieces of advice to the gig going public, there would be two bits. The first would be to try avoid living more than 50km from the venue you’re attending, while the second would be to make sure you don’t forget to N/A work the night of a show. […]

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Splendour line up drops; The Strokes, The Cure & The Avalanches lead 2016 bill!

April 12, 2016

Well, god damn. After weeks of speculation, triple j today announced the line up for the 2016 Splendour in the Grass festival and it is huge. Headlining the Byron Bay event this July 22nd – July 24th at The Strokes, while rumoured headliners The Cure have also been confirmed. The Avalanches, who sparked excitement yesterday with updates to their social media channels, […]

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Little May announce headline Australian tour dates for May!

February 17, 2016

Little May‘s debut album For the Company has seen the girls reap in the praise and after performing some excellently received shows overseas, the girls are looking ahead to their largest headline Australian shows to date this May, following their run around the country supporting City and Colour through March and April! The love and […]

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Nominees announced for the 2015 FBi Sydney Music, Arts & Culture Awards

November 19, 2015

Awarding the most exciting new voices across music, arts, and culture, FBi’s SMAC Awards (FBi Sydney Music, Arts & Culture) have today announced nominees for 2015. 11 categories will be carefully chosen from, and we don’t doubt that the judging process will be incredibly difficult, seeing as these shortlists are full of names which have […]

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Little May release excellent cover of Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Skeletons”

November 4, 2015

Now that their debut album is out in the open – and causing even more people to fall in love with them – Sydney trio Little May have decided to help Rookie Magazine further their monthly theme song series with a beautiful cover of “Skeletons” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Fiery and tender, sharing the passion […]

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Album Review: Little May – For The Company (2015 LP)

October 16, 2015

2015 has been a great year for music. While it was almost universally agreed that 2014 was pretty light on ground-breaking releases and tactfully glorious tunes, 2015 has gone in the complete opposite direction and released banger after absolute banger; masterpiece after masterpiece. And Little May’s For The Company is another one you can add […]

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Music Video of the Day: Little May “Seven Hours” (2015)

October 9, 2015

As with every bit of music they’re putting out, Little May‘s music video for single “Seven Hours” is as gorgeous and flecked with an ethereal quality as you’d expect. The girls, currently on tour through Europe, release the visuals along with the release of their long-awaited and much anticipated debut record For the Company today. […]

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Live Review: Rodriguez + Archie Roach + Little May + Fox Cat Rabbit – King’s Park, Perth (06.11.14)

November 8, 2014

Thursday night saw the legendary singer-songwriter Rodriguez play the first of three sold-out shows in Perth’s picturesque Kings Park, and his first show in Perth since 1981. Joining Rodriguez on the bill was a host of Australian talent, including Archie Roach, Little May and Perth’s own Fox Cat Rabbit. Local band Fox Cat Rabbit kicked […]

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