Episode 78 : Little May

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This week, we're sharing a special interview with the Australian folk duo Little May, recorded prior to Hannah Field and Liz Drummond announcing the end of the project. Together with host Lior Phillips, Liz and Hannah finally settle the debate of Jonathan Taylor Thomas vs. Devon Sawa, the differences between Britney Spears fans and Christina Aguilera fans, and discuss a disastrous cover of Bruce Springsteen with Mumford & Sons.

Plus, the duo dish on the pizza parlor origins of Little May, their journey in finding confidence as a band, first concerts with Avril Lavigne and Kylie Minogue, and their experience working with The National's Aaron Dessner on their debut album, 2015's For the Company.

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