Little Sea
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Little Sea

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | MAJOR

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | MAJOR
Established on Jan, 2014
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"14 Struggles Of Being On Tour, As Told By Little Sea"

The Little Sea guys toured Australia in July, and let us take a peek at their phones, showing us what life behind the scenes is like when you’re a band on tour. Turns out, it’s not all about groupies and throwing your TV our the window!
Here are some of the less glamorous moments from Little Sea’s latest tour…

1. When you need to stop every hour for a piss break.
2. When you have a tourist in the band who makes you stop at every landmark.
3. When everyone forgets their razor.
4. When you find out you have a 6 a.m. call time.
5. When the bass doesn’t arrive. Again.
6. When you’re poor and you need to make the most of the $4 trolley hire.
7. When you can never get the click loud enough.
8. When you have to schedule your Cirque Du Soleil training in between rehearsals.
9. When this is your version of role playing in bed.
10. When you find out that you just spent $15 on a sandwich.
11. When there’s no time left for rehearsal because you spent the day documenting your adventures with selfies.
12. When you realise you’re probably never going to be a cowboy.
13. When no one taught you how to afterparty.
14. …and when the tour is over. :’(

Check out Little Sea’s latest single, “Change For Love” below! - Buzzfeed

"Little Sea to Make Big Waves"

THE queue for Little Sea started at dawn for their sold-out gig at the very un-rock hour of 2pm.

The up and coming pop rockers are the latest local act to find favour with Australia’s most powerful hitmakers, teen girls and young women.

Pop rock bands, electronic artists and singer songwriters embraced by these fiercely loyal early adopters have resurrected the matinee gig to cater for under-aged fans who wouldn’t be able to go to clubs at night.

The Sydney band sold out gigs in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth on the national tour to support their major label debut EP With You, Without You.

These were their first headlining shows since opening on the recent Australian arena tour of their mates 5 Seconds Of Summer, with drummer Ashton Irwin dropping into the Sydney gig yesterday to show support.

Other musicians in the crowd checking out the young rockers included Taylor Henderson, Jai Waetford and Tonight Alive frontwoman Jenna McDougall.

Little Sea’s bassist Dylan Clark said not all of their fans were happy about the afternoon concerts during school holidays.

“A lot of people couldn’t make it because it was early and they have jobs,” Clark said.

Melbourne electronic artist Japanese Wallpaper, known as Gab Strum to his mum, staged his self-titled EP launch gigs last week to coincide with his own school holidays.

The sold-out tour is his last before dedicating himself to his HSC studies for the rest of the year.

The respected teenager who won Triple J’s Unearthed High competition said he felt more pressure at the matinee under-age gigs than regular concerts at night.

“I think people cut me a bit of slack at the older gigs because I am 18 but at the under 18 shows, it doesn’t matter to them,” Strum said.
“The difference is that at the under age shows more people come up to me to ask questions about my production techniques, how I got started and how to get into Unearthed High,” he said. - Herald Sun

"Song of the Week - Channel 9"

Sydney songwriters and pop/rock four piece Little Sea, have announced their major label debut single,"Change For Love".
"Change For Love" was co-written and produced by Jon Hume (who has worked with the likes of Evermore, Matt Corby, Taylor Henderson) and reflects the musicality of the band, hitting the kind of emotional nerve-endings that great singer/songwriters do.

As Little Sea member Oliver Kirby explains, ""Change For Love" showcases us as songwriters and musicians.

“Hopefully audiences will recognise our authenticity as a band the sincerity in our lyrics. We can’t wait to continue this amazing journey with our fans both here in Australia and overseas," he said.

Change For Love can by purchased on iTunes here. - Channel 9


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