Little May-Hide

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We are catcalled, earn less for the same job, and if we argue an important issue, we are being “bitchy”, or if we are emotional, it must be “that time of the month”….right?

Today, I feel compelled to pay respect to being feminine, and of course, a fantastic all female band.

I love powerful female voices in music. Little May is definitely intoxicating, incredibly feminine, and unforgettable.

I wish I could always remember to jot down where I first heard a band/sound/musician, or who might have sent me their music. I really want to be sure to give kudos and credit to those that share beautiful music. They definitely deserve giant accolades for this one.

Just listen….

“Can you see me count to three, no I won’t play your hide and seek

Can you see me count to three, no I won’t play your hide and seek

Can you see me count to three, no I won’t play your hide and seek

Can you see me count to three, no I won’t play your hide and seek “

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Little May picks a guitar like the world is spinning too fast and they have to balance it and counter it with their own tempo. It is lovely, and yet the lyrics can also be dark and unsettling, in a magical way. Little May is from Sydney, Australia and they create folk music at its finest. This song, “Hide” is beautiful and strummed with an intensity that beautifully matches the pounding drums and beat. Catchy and memorable, why did it take this long for me to hear this song?

Liz Drummond, Hannah Field, and Annie Hamilton, were three high school friends that came together in 2012. When I hear their music, I recognize a radically mature sound for their young age, and the music literally makes me screech to a halt to stop and  listen.

Power to the strong women of this world. Yes, those who speak their mind, know their value, and respect ALL voices.

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