Hey, it's Little Green!

I am a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Sydney, aiming to uplift the human spirit and bring the world closer together through music. I love playing many instruments, as each one creates a new way for me to express what words cannot. My style has been described as jazz, folk, blues, pop, indie, hippy, earthy, angelic and more. My message as an artist is to share a childlike appreciation of the world around me. I hope you will join me on this journey... 

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In 2018, I teamed up with Diego Seijas, a Spanish producer based in Madrid, to record my first EP. I ventured over there, solo, for what was the best and most challenging two months of my life.

The debut single off this EP "Sweet Pain" is out now on all streaming platforms! To stay updated about my upcoming releases, shows and other news, subscribe to my mailing list, or connect with me on my social media platforms linked below.

Photo: Mahina Photography

Photo: Mahina Photography

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Photo: Mahina Photography

Photo: Mahina Photography

“Little Green is an exceptional, rare talent. Sophisticated, emotive lyrics, complimented by a powerful angelic voice. This multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter just oozes talent. Little Green is the real deal.” 

Her 2018 track “Zoop Doop” received a review from Roots N’ All on triple j Unearthed, saying, “this song is probably one of the most enjoyable experiences of my week” and another; “I wouldn’t be surprised if this young girl is at the top of the Triple J charts in the next 3 years”. These helped to land the singer-songwriter supports at renowned Sydney venues, The Townie, Venue 505, Brighton Up Bar for Bradley Stone’s I Choose You Tour and around Australia supporting STAV on her Poison Remedy Tour. Her debut single Sweet Pain, premiered on The Music, hit number 14 on the Triple J Unearthed Pop Charts and reached over 10 000 streams on Spotify in just one week.  

Some other accomplishments include receiving the Jann Rutherford Memorial Mentorship Prize for Sydney Young Women in Jazz in 2016 (on saxophone), winning the vocal category of the Mullum Music Festival Mentorship Program in 2017, and embarking on a two month solo trip overseas, at just eighteen years of age in 2018.