“Tightly-knit, dark harmonies that tear through calamity with pristine, powerful force.”
“The musical equivalent of butterflies in your tummy. 4.5/5”
– Album of The Week, THE BRAG
“It’s quite a rare thing for an entire audience to be absolutely captivated during a performance, so much so that not a word is spoken, even from the drunks in the back.”
– GIG SOUP UK
Following the release of For the Company, the debut that landed triple j feature album, FBi’s Album of the Week and an international world tour to support their Aaron Brooking Dessner (The National) produced record, pioneering indie outfit Little May are back on home soil to undertake their biggest Australian tour to date. Kicking off this May, these shows follow on from their City & Colour national support slot.
A whirlwind two years, with over 20 million Spotify streams, topping the hype machine charts, selling our shows across France, Germany, the US, UK and Australia, airplay across BBC Radio 1, Radio 2, KCRW and triple j, culminating in their acclaimed debut album, recorded in a converted nineteenth century church in Hudson New York. They have most recently delighted with their spin of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ ‘Skeletons’ for Tavi Gevinson’s Rookie Magazine.
Renowned for their engaging, stirring and stunning live shows, Little May have supported the likes of Cloud Control, Angus and Julia Stone, Cold War Kids and Rodriguez. Their unique performances have been experienced at Splendour In The Grass, Bonnaroo, Gentlemen of The Road, The Great Escape and CMJ where they were named one of the ’11 Breakout Acts of CMJ’.