an old video, the band on the road all the way to Groningen. a very old typewriter, who juggles with words and letters, dear dear friends and family, who were so brave and helpful to write down their words and thoughts to Corno. a portret, falling into pieces. shot by a beautiful man we also had to loose.

a brave and beautiful daughter who wrote, filmed, did the editing stuff and made the premiere for real.


all in loving memory of Corno


Space Siren's One Cold Winter's Coming Up
day of release: 27-11-2019

love & thanks to everybody who was involved with this project!!


let's celebrate life!





One of our last shows, at OCCII, Amsterdam, 5 september 2014.


The guys from Do It Together filmed it and shared it. Many thanks for that!


You can also watch the black/white version on Vimeo.


To be honest, for us, hard to see, but also great memories!!

It feels like yesterday....


It's great the world still can see our music and power. Share if you like. X



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It was better to stay at home

Vito Camarretta of Chain D.L.K. interviewed us.

a MUST READ!


Several seven inches, two great albums and many appreciated live performances in the Netherlands and beyond – Dutch band Space Siren seem to have closed a circle that started with the birth of Janneke (daughter of Corno and Ineke, the founders of Space Siren) and ended with the unfortunate funeral announcement. “Songs for a Dead Pilot”, their last brilliant piece, includes two songs that producer and guitarist Corno Zwetsloot was able to record with Gwendolin, Aico and Ineke, before the latter passed away on 27 November 2014. It sounds astonishingly evocative of the tragic event that was approaching. While we hope they will come back soon, we convey our condolences and express our sympathy to Space Siren          CLICK TO READ THE  INTERVIEW

The Brazilian The Blog That Celebrates Life Itself made a compilation The Language of Birds which includes Space Sirens It was better to stay at home as a free download.

Awesome shoegaze gathered with love.


Listen to the sound of fluttering noise...