As part of our Artist Playlist series, Liz Drummond from Little May gets all nostalgic on our asses, which is totally fine with us. The band's new album For The Company is out now - we recommend checking it out if you get a chance.

"When you're young and so impressionable, music can make you feel a lot. Here are some of the songs that made my ears prick up when I was growing up. There are so many important memories attached to these songs for me, as I'm sure there are for many, many people."


  • The Doors - 'Love Her Madly'
  • Led Zeppelin - 'Kashmir'
  • Nirvana - 'Polly'
  • Radiohead - 'Street Spirit'
  • Oasis - 'Don't Look Back in Anger'
  • Boston - 'More Than A Feeling'
  • Creedence Clearwater Revival - 'Bad Moon Rising'
  • Free - 'Wishing Well'
  • Led Zeppelin - 'Ramble On'
  • Jeff Buckley - 'Dream Brother'
  • Simple Minds - 'Don't You (Forget About Me)'
  • Pink Floyd - 'Shine On You Crazy Diamond'
  • Cream - 'White Room'
  • Silverchair - 'Miss You Love'
  • Crowded House - 'Distant Sun'
  • Elton John - 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road'
  • REM - 'Shiny Happy People'