Artist info

Genre

Pop


Tags

Dreamy Pop


band members

Abby Bella May


Website

Bio

Sydney based Dream pop princess Abby Bella May combines floating vocals with lush production to form a unique low-fi sound that is all her own. Inspired by artists like Clairo, Maggie Rogers, and Bene, Abby’s music is an intimate snapshot of youth; reflections of her life and the lives of those she is closest to. Her songs ground themselves in personal stories, her lyrics manifesting melancholy tones as well as being fun and catchy. Abby draws listeners into her world and makes them want to stay awhile. Abby’s music is genuine bedroom pop, written from her bedroom to being produced in between a Bondi Beach home and a Coogee beach studio with her producing partner and best friend Oscar Sharah. Her debut single “Blush”, earned her high praise from triple j unearthed and number 9 on their top pop charts. Follow up single, “Care”, captured the hearts of triple j unearthed hosts and listeners and landed on Spotify’s International Fresh Finds playlist, amassing over 18k streams. With only two singles released so far, Abby Bella May is definitely one to watch.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

18 Apr 2020

Triple J
40

Tune! Abby Bella May shows us shades of Mallrat's relatable pop smarts and then glides into a rousing chorus.

Tune! Abby Bella May shows us shades of Mallrat's relatable pop smarts and then glides into a rousing chorus.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

15 Apr 2020

Triple J
40

i was whistling this chorus out loud annoying my housemates within one listen. love everything else too that surrounds those gorgeous hooks.

i was whistling this chorus out loud annoying my housemates within one listen. love everything else too that surrounds those gorgeous hooks.

Review

Review by Abby Butler Abby Butler

15 Apr 2020

Triple J
45

there's not much I don't straight up adore about this one. the subtle brassy bits and acoustic guitar keep this grounded while those dreamy synths and your lofty vocals shoot us straight into the stratosphere.

there's not much I don't straight up adore about this one. the subtle brassy bits and acoustic guitar keep this grounded while those dreamy synths and your lofty vocals shoot us straight into the stratosphere.