These tees are my favourite things to wear - they're oversized, and made from a light white Japanese cotton with a matte black print that softens and fades as it washes. Delicious! They come in guys and gals versions - the difference mainly being in length and how oversized they are.
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*If you missed the memo, Etta Every is my clothing label, and what you'll always see me wearing at my gigs - have a peep at the site here if you wish!
**While you're thinking at it, perhaps you might like to listen to my latest little experimental demo over on SoundCloud - a bit of vocal spookiness xo
Here is a lo-fi take of Clockwork with a nice ambient intro. Enjoy!
For the original track visit SoundCloud here:
SoundCloud - The May Project
We're thrilled to be included on Mango Alley's latest two-part chillout compilation, featuring on part two, 'Love in an Urban Rush'. It's an excellent downtempo compilation, give it a listen!
There's now a lovely little store on our website, and on it you can find limited May Project merch, and select pieces from Etta Every's current collection (Etta Every is the clothing label counterpart of The May Project). The latest May Project release is on there currently, which is a compilation of all the work The May Project has done for various Etta Every collections over the past three years.
Pop on over - The May Project Shop
Listen to the latest release here - The May Project x Etta Every Compilation
Here are a few snaps from our show at The Kings Arms on August 12th - this was the second in a series of five shows exploring the myth of Pandora's Box - the theme was 'Fire', and a mini fashion show was staged by Etta Every. Thanks to all involved - Narentines, Kip McGrath (now Polyester), and Guantanamo Babes. A super fun night!
Photography by Calypso Paoli