WeatherEye is an original music project focused on writing and recording songs about the soul and spirit. WeatherEye’s lyrics tend to be introspective, set to expressive scores on a wide soundstage.
WeatherEye’s sound is like a poolside jam with Radiohead, Florence + the Machine, Grizzly Bear, and St. Vincent. Influences include neo-psychedelic, shoegaze, old school art rock, and modern indie styles.
The first song released, “Crystalline Dreams”, is a trip through the conflicts we all have in life when letting go is required of us but our soul is not ready to say goodbye just yet. “Who I Am” (coming soon) was written after a bad day at the office led to puzzling over identity, with an unexpected resolution. “Fair Warning” (also coming soon) is a dreamy dive into a late night argument and how the determination of others inspires us, even more so when we disagree.
According to Tony Scott, founder and sole member, “The WeatherEye moniker captures my state of being as a child: the little observer, hyper-vigilant, beholding massive forces colliding before his eyes, trying to foresee the next storm over the horizon that would inescapably reshape a young reality. Once that reality was questioned, it answered with a flood of memories and thoughts, some curious and beautiful, others uneasy. It was the first step on a journey of finding my own voice, figuratively and literally, as a person and as an artist.”
Tony continues to sharpen his songwriting, singing, and multi-instrumental skills, playing guitars, bass, and keyboards on most tracks. “I enjoy the challenges of each instrument. My first love is guitar. That’s where home is for me”.
Although Tony is the sole member of WeatherEye, “Each song has been a collaboration. Many other musicians have contributed to the creation and performance of this music. Some have patiently contributed in the studio for hours of takes; others have been unbelievably supportive and instructive. All of us who have worked on these songs hope you enjoy them and come back here often to stream, watch, and download.”