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Steve Buscemi’s Dreamy Eyes is an atmospheric indie pop band from Stockholm, Sweden. Our debut album ”Sweetie” is finally here! Thank you so much to all of you for supporting us through the years, listening to our songs, buying our records and merch and coming to our shows!

And a special thank you to our Master Producer Emil Aspegren for recording, mixing and mastering! And of course a big thank you to Axel and Sixten at Rama Lama Records for believing in us from the start!

Behind the odd name Steve Buscemi’s Dreamy Eyes is one of the two bands that have been with us from the very start (the other being Melby). The band’s first single “Desire” went straight into our hearts and the thoughts of starting a label became more concrete since we already knew the band members. The band formed in 2015 after bassist/vocalist Tilde tweeted out “Does anyone/anybody know someone who wants to play in a band together with a bassist and a singer that haven’t played in a band for a year and are dying of boredom?”. Guitarist/vocalist Elias Mahfoud responded and the rest is history. Their dynamic and dreamy indie pop have constantly been developing during the band’s career and even though we’ve seen them more times than we can count we never get tired of it. When lead vocalist Siri Sjöberg lifts one end of her synthesizer and bangs her head in her signature move, you know it’s time to party with Stevie B

Siri Sjöberg (vocals, synth), Tilde Hansen (vocals, bass), Elias Mahfoud (vocals, guitar), Eric Boström Wallin (drums)

Dream-indie at its best” – Ja Ja Ja
The sweetest indie-pop songs to back up the incredible name”– DIY” Swoops straight into the part of your brain that’ll never forget it” – The Line of Best Fit This highly likable four-piece blend indie noir with dramatic dream pop textures with almost effortless precision”– Record Collector Magazine