Little May – made up of Liz Drummond, Hannah Field and Annie Hamilton – have been bringing their haunting harmonies to stages right across Sydney since forming in 2012. Their songwriting sensibilities and intimate performance style have seen the girls play some of the country’s biggest festivals. Their debut album For the Company dropped late last year, and we’ve had it on high rotation since then.
Ahead of their tour this May, we sat down with Annie Hamilton to find out which Sydney spots she makes a beeline for when she is back home.
What to see
"Brett Whitely has always been one of my favourite Australian artists and his studio is really amazing because you can go in. There’s the gallery exhibition down stairs and then upstairs you can go in and his studio’s right there with all his paint brushes and little notes on the wall and random stuff that he’s horded like rocks and stuff."
"The Grayson Perry exhibit that's on now is really good. The characters that he’s created in his works are so amazing. I loved his maps – I think they’re etchings – there’s one that looks like a traditional, medieval old map with forests and castles, but it’s just a map of consciousness and all the different parts of his brain. It’s very tongue in cheek – it’s very cool."