Little May are heading around Australia with haunting new single

Things are heating up for acclaimed Sydney outfit Little May. They’ve just revealed a new sombre single that is set to accompany their national tour that kicks off this September, hitting Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, before shooting across the outback to Perth. More exciting still for the local indie band is the 25-date tour they will embark on around the US, UK and Europe, after being picked up on BBC radio and other international publications. Accompanying them on their sprint around Australia is Triple J Unearthed winner and good friend Gordi, as well as Jim Lowrie, who will open their east coast gigs, with supports yet to be announced for Perth.

The tour will showcase their newest single Seven Hours, featuring on their upcoming album For The Company, set to be released this October. The single brings their familiar dark intensity, channeled through a stripped back and bare atmosphere. The group say they were inspired by the surreal countryside of the Snowy Mountains near Jindabyne, where they wrote the single. The breathy vocals are truly haunting, creating an almost cinematic experience in the process. The single comes after a massively successful string of overseas dates, with highlights including sold-old shows in London and featuring as a support act for Mumford & Sons Gentlemen of the Road Tour.

Have a listen below:

Tour Dates: 
Friday 18th September
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney NSW
Tickets: moshtix.com.au

Saturday 19th September
The Foundry, Brisbane QLD
Tickets: oztix.com.au

Thursday 24th September
The Corner Hotel, Melbourne VIC
Tickets: cornerhotel.com

Saturday 26th September
Jack Rabbit Slims, Perth WA
Tickets: ticketbooth.com.au