Sometimes the hardest part of telling a story is choosing what to leave out… The four young women who make up SNOWAPPLE have done a lot of living, more so than many musicians twice their age. Dig beneath the surface of this earthy, almost unassuming, folk/chanson trio, and you’ll find a tangle of rich and varied life experiences.
Laurien is an international opera singer and model, Una is a versatile jazz singer and Fanny is a cabaret artist and singer/songwriter. They are all from Holland while Laura is a composer and conductor from Latvia with a background in Latvian folk music who moved to the Netherlands in 2007. Together they are SNOWAPPLE, a group that ambitiously draws upon these markedly different musical genres to create a uniquely eclectic yet wholly natural sound.
Their latest album Tracks reveals a hitherto unknown interest in trains, with their trademark surrealism and surprises applied to new stories with a railway connection.
“Brimming with rich, luscious melodies and bizarre but beautiful chord changes. My mouth was left agape.” (Vic Galloway, BBC Radio 1)