Cecil Dreeme
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Cecil Dreeme

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The best kept secret in music


"It takes an amazing female voice to make me a convert, but lead singer Cara has me converted. Her voice is perfect for this dark-alley, smoky, jazz-esque music- smooth, lithe, and most of all not breathy...But Cara isn’t the only thing that makes Cecil Dreeme’s Honey and Crocodile Tears so deliciously good. The fact that the songwriting behind her is stellar definitely helps out. This band sounds like it lives in a dark and smoky bar- churning out moody, dark, but still soft tunes that sound like the soundtrack to loneliness...Each of these songs are near-perfect in their execution- it’s hard to knock anything in this album...Anything you could wish for in an dark, spacious alt-pop album is right here."
-Stephen Carradini
April 2006 - independentclauses.com

"This is a band that makes some very moody, very ethereal, very beautiful music...I can sit down, turn the lights down low, and listen to this for hours and hours."

--Podcast NYC "Alley Cut" from January 2006 - podcastnycac.blogspot.com

video clip of CECIL DREEME show featured in CB's 313 Gallery "great past shows" archive (at above link). - http://www.cbgb.com/stream/gallery/cecildreeme.htm


Songs from our first album have been played on WBAB (102.3 FM in NY), WVUD (University of Delaware), Harris Radio (harrisradio.com), Radio Crystal Blue (radiocrystalblue.com) and podcastnyc.net.

full-length: Honey & Crocodile Tears
live EP: Tease


Feeling a bit camera shy


The three words most often used to describe CECIL DREEME are "moody," "sultry," and "ethereal." CECIL DREEME approves.