Little Eye are a 4 piece rock band from Glasgow, Scotland formed in 2008 by lead singer Allan Sieczkowski. The band had their first success in 2009 winning the "Clyde 1 In Demand Band Of The Year Award”. They focussed on developing an original sound balancing edgy guitar based rock reminiscent of early U2 with silky smooth pop melodies with subtle influences from The Beatles & Michael Jackson to create their debut album “Fighting the Future” (2014). The album was mixed by Ash Howes and Produced by drummer Geoff Dugmore at Kore Studios in London.
This was followed up in 2015 with the release of the E.P “Dreamers” and In 2016another 2 singles “Something out of Nothing” and “Contagious”. The band continued to develop the sound and style of the band enforcing the edginess whilst still keeping that polished pop tinge. 2 singles were picked up and released by Italian record label CDF Records and both are currently receiving positive results all across Europe with Contagious reaching no.14 in the official Italian airplay rock chart and Something out of nothing reaching no.5 in the Italian MTV Rock Chart. Something out of nothing has also been streamed 3.34 million times on Soundcloud and the videos for the singles have had just under 300,000 views on Youtube.
The band have had some great success in the UK live scene playing headlining shows everywhere from London to the Orkney Islands and everywhere in between. In tandem they have enjoyed supporting some big name artists in Scotland including Blondie, James, Marcus Feehilly and a career highlight of opening for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers on the main stage of the Isle of Wight Festival.
As well as the UK, the band have also been performing across Europe and In 2016/17 the band performed in numerous cities throughout Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Holland.