It’s been three years in the making, but Australian indie-rock luminaries Little May have announced their highly-anticipated second album, Blame My Body (out May 3 via Dew Process / Universal Music Australia), along with a fiery new single, “Apples.”
“Apples” follows in the footsteps of “Lover”
– whose release in late 2018 marked a new era of the band. Not only was it their first single from Blame My Body
and their first new music since the release of their breakout debut record For The Company , it was the first release from Drummond and Hannah Field as a duo – after the departure of friend and founding member Annie Hamilton the previous year. The duo are now focused on retaining the brilliant form that made them one of Australia’s most-loved and critically acclaimed acts in recent years, while also reflecting the dark and seductive energy that first drew them millions of listeners around the world.
Little May have one of the most storied careers in contemporary Australian music. Started by high school friends home-recording their shared passion for singing, playing and writing together, they now boast more than 110 million online streams, and have performed on some of the world’s biggest stages – from local festivals like Splendour In The Grass, Falls Festival and Laneway, through to supporting the likes of Mumford & Sons, The National, City & Color, and The Vaccines.
Publicity Contact: Grace Jones