Most people remember Steve Burns, as he spent 7 years helping a dog named Blue search for clues in a very alive house. After leaving the show because he felt he was getting too old and – let’s face it – growing bald, Steve decided to pursue a music career with the help of rock band, The Flaming Lips.
In 2003, Flaming Lips member Steven Drozd helped Steve create his debut album, Songs for Dustmites, then later reconnected to release Deep Sea Recovery Efforts in 2009. Now, the two have finally come together to form their own band, STEVENSTEVEN.
STEVENSTEVEN obviously draws influences from The Flaming Lips, but the duo also stated that they take influences from Black Sabbath, toy commercials from the 1970s, Dr. Seuss, fairy tales, David Bowie and even Mister Rogers. They’re basically an adult-friendly psych rock kids band.
FOREVERYWHERE is the name of their debut album and will be released on February 24th. They’ll be testing some of their songs live at the Brooklyn Bowl just 2 days after the album comes out. Watch the music video for their single, “The Unicorn and Princess Rainbow.” We’re very interested in what you think…