Listen: Little May
Raw, haunting and honest - Sydney's Little May have solidified their spot in the international music scene with their anticipated new track 'Home' (and we just can't stop listening). Releasing their debut EP only last year, the trio have since garnered three million Spotify streams, one million plays on SoundCloud and airplay on premium radio stations across the globe. Add sold out gigs across Europe, the UK and US playing alongside the likes of Mumford & Sons and The Flaming Lips, performing at Bonnaroo Festival plus locking in sets at this years Reading Festival and Leeds Festival, and you've got a band with major music cred (and loads of talent to boot). Oh and did we mention - Aussies can catch them at Splendour In The Grass later this month.
Produced by and recorded with Aaron Brooking Dessner of The National in a converted nineteenth-century church New York, 'Home' is the first single from their forthcoming debut album, and speaks volumes of what we can expect from Little May in the future.
Produced by acclaimed videographer Tim Sessler, the haunting clip features studio footage juxtaposed with vignettes depicting the concept of 'home' in neighbourhoods in NYC and Brooklyn.
Little May on recording the song:
“'Home' was one of the first songs we recorded with Aaron. It's an old song, revisited. It had been written three years prior, from a place where a sense of belonging was being constantly chased. I think we will always associate this song, and this whole album, with Hudson and the time we all spent there.”
Watch 'Home' below.