Street Level are the UK's hottest new talent on the pop music scene. Their sound is so unique with a soulful Pop/R&B edge. The beauty of their writing and selected tracks for their debut album has variation with unique style intended for all tastes.


• With two single potential tracks already recorded, this band is sure to be the next big thing on the music scene. With fabulously comfortable style, amazing tracks, great looks and being the perfect gentlemen with it, what more could you ask for in a boy band.

• Adam, Dan, Dean and Steve work intensively on writing new material, polishing their dance routines and general fitness. Between them, the boys have a vast array of music industry experience and a multitude of talents. They sing, they dance, they write, they play and they are charming and fun to be with.

• Sometimes something that is so good just can’t be explained in words, this is one of those. Listen to them sing and watch them on stage and you'll know that this talent is unexplainably outstanding.
• Adam

Having studied at the Brighton Institute of Modern Music, Adam decided that pop music was where his heart lay. While going for various auditions Adam met Dan and Steve and the three decided to form their own band. Adam says “StreetLevel to me is getting to do what I love doing and having my best mates with me”.
• Dan

Danyl was training at Art's Ed when he realised that his ambition was to be in a boy band. He left his course and started to go for auditions where of course he met Adam and Steve. He says "Being in a band is fantastic but being in a band with your best mates is a dream come true".
• Dean

Dean auditioned for the band and it was clear straight away that he was the last piece of the jigsaw to complete the StreetLevel line-up. Having studied acting, singing and dancing at Barking College for Performing Arts, Dean has it all. He says "I always wanted to be in a band, I'm so glad it's this one".
4 Steve

Originally from Glasgow, Steve moved to London 4 years ago to pursue a career in music. He has been on many TV shows including 'Children in Need' and 'Popstars - the Rivals' to name just a couple. Steve says "StreetLevel is the most important part of my life, I wouldn't want to be in any other band".