Little Sea creates a tidal wave in the Australian music Industry


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Little Sea rides wave of success Source: Supplied

If you haven’t heard of the Aussie pop-rock band, Little Sea, chances are you will very soon.

The Sydney based four-piece are making their mark in the musical world and are reaching for international stardom.

Andy Butler, Oliver Kirby, Leighton Cauchi and Dylan Clark first gained success after posting covers and original songs on YouTube in 2013.

The bands success has since skyrocketed with their first self-released EP ‘Wake the Sun’ debuting at number 1 on the Australian iTunes album chart before they were signed by Sony Music Australia.

Little Sea’s bassist Dylan Clark said YouTube played a massive part in their musical career and that it is a great platform to showcase talent.

“YouTube is such a readily available form of media and over the past 5 or so years its become evident how important and practical this platform has become for up and coming artists trying to broaden their reach to the world,” he said.

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Wave of fans for Little Sea Source: Supplied

“Fortunately for us YouTube has grown our fan base extensively since putting up popular covers early on in our career and they seem to enjoy what we do and how we sound and that’s a driving force for us.”

The Australian band has been fortunate to work with well-known industry producers and artists in order to refine and perfect their sound.

Dylan said that many of the producers they have worked with have collaborated with some of the “greats in the music scene to date” and have provided the boys with their own personal experiences to help build a good working relationship.

Little Sea are hungry for success and are aiming towards a global market whilst still keeping uniquely Australian.

“From the start we always had the vision of being an international band and it’s still our dream to be able to play shows all around the world and call it work.” he said.

Little Sea just wrapped up their first headline tour around Australia.

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