About Little My

Little My

Little My are made up of 8 to 20 people from various Cardiff bands playing instruments ranging from guitars & stylophones to violins & dustbin lids. Their songs are short and sweet - and smell slightly of twee. Boy & boy & girl & girl vocals and interlaced melody layers hide the subdued and often morose lyrics. Playing live they have eight core ‘mys’ - supplemented where possible with up to 12 other 'satellite' members.

The results have been described as like walking into a primary school music lesson... only the teacher is dressed as a bear and a cat is playing guitar! Little My have so far released 7 ep's (extended plays), chronologically titled 'little my's first' up to 'little my's seventh', some self released and some on weepop! records & little pocket records labels.

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