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Little May release the video for ‘As Loving Should’

by Paul Cashmere on May 14, 2019

in News

Little May has a video for ‘As Loving Should’ from the ‘Blame My Body’ album released last week.

“We went into this record wanting to be bold & honest with ourselves, without shame,” Liz Drummond and Hannah Field recently said in a statement on their social media pages. “Both of us had very different experiences whilst making this record, too. We wrote these songs separately and together, and in the process there was fear, joy, freedom, denial, shame, love, acknowledgment, anger, acceptance, surprise and confusion. We both became aware of ourselves and each other a little more. We tried to make sense of the world during a specific time, and in our own ways. Some of these songs were written consciously, some were written unconsciously. We wrote them to self soothe, and to have a good time. We had an incredible time making this record.”

‘As Loving Should’ was directed by Sydney team Stupid Genius. The video was shot in a single day in a Wollongong scout hall.

LITTLE MAY ‘BLAME MY BODY’ AUSTRALIAN TOUR

Friday, June 21, Brisbane – The Flamin’ Galah
Thursday, June 27, Newcastle – Cambrige Hotel Side Bar
Friday, June 28, Sydney – Oxford Art Factory
Saturday, June 29, Wollongong – Uni Bar
Friday, July 05, Melbourne – Curtin Bandroom
Thursday, July 11, Adelaide – Rocket Bar
Friday, July 12, Perth – Jack Rabbit Slims

LITTLE MAY AND THE RUBENS 2019 EUROPEAN TOUR

Saturday, September 07, Glasgow, UK – King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
Sunday, September 08, Manchester, UK – Deaf Institute
Tuesday, September 10, London UK – Heaven
Thursday, September 12, Paris, France – Le Pop Up Du Label
Friday, September 13, Amsterdam, Netherlands – Bitterzoet
Saturday, September 14, Brussels Belgium – AB Club
Monday, September 16, Cologne Germany – Luxor
Tuesday, September 17, Munich, Germany – Milla
Wednesday, September 18, Berlin, Germany – Musik & Frieden
Friday, September 20, Hamburg, Germany – Reeperbahn
Monday, September 23, Copenhagen Denmark – Ideal Bar at Vega
Tuesday, September 24, Stockholm, Sweden – Obaren
Wednesday, September 25, Oslo, Norway – Parkteatret

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