Firmly planted on your musical radar, should, at this point, be Sydney-based three piece Little May: whose haunting and honeyed vocals will soon be spinning on the regular – via their upcoming debut album, landing later this year.

An appropriate taster for Little May’s inaugural and no doubt flawless offering comes in the way of ‘Home‘, their highly frothed-upon new single, produced with the help of the legendary Aaron Brooking Dessner of ‘The National’ fame. No. Freaking. Big. 

Accompanying their new track is a gritty black and white clip fusing vignettes of New York ‘burbs with the live recording of ‘Home’ in a converted and historic 19th century Hudson church. On recording the track, Little May says, “‘Home’ was one of the first songs we recorded with Aaron [Brooking Dessner]. It’s an old song, revisited. It had been written three years prior, from a place where a sense of belonging was being constantly chased. I think we will always associate this song, and this whole album, with Hudson and the time we all spent there.”

Legends. Watch below.