Herreys is a Swedish trio made up of brothers Richard, Louis and Per Herrey. They are best known for winning the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 in Luxembourg with the song Diggiloo Diggiley. Between 1985 and 2010, they released 9 studio albums.
In 1987, Louis left the group to serve a mission for the LDS (all three brothers are of Mormon faith), resulting in the break-up of the group. Richard released a solo album in 2006.
The brothers reunited twice to perform their winning song: the first time as an interval act at Melodifestivalen in 2002 and at the Eurovision's Greatest Hits concert in 2015. They also appeared in the "Museum of Eurovision History" sketch during the 2014 grand final walking past Pilou Asbaek singing their song in their original costumes, and driving Pilou crazy for tracking golden footprints all over the floor.