Sydney band Little May have been hailed by international taste makers as one of Australia’s breakout acts of 2014. The band have had close to a million plays on 2013’s singles Boardwalks and Hide, grabbing the number two posts on both Hype Machine and the AirIT independent radio charts.
They have just released their highly anticipated new single, Dust. In trademark Little May style, the track embodies what the outfit have become so widely respected for – vulnerable and honest lyrics with an undercurrent of otherworldly darkness. Challenging the listener to hear past the otherwise beautifully constructed song, Dust has a depth that may not be apparent on first listen but will stay with you long after the dust settles.
The band have been steadily building their live shows with a successful headline run of the east coast last year, support tour with Mikhael Paskalev and an appearance on the Sydney Laneway Festival line up after being Unearthed by triple j. They picked up a nomination for Next Best Thing at the Fbi SMAC awards, will play Splendour in the Grass next month and have just been announced on the Big Sound 2014 line up.