Snowapple is a group of multi-instrumentalists / singers from Amsterdam and Mexico. Playing original songs which they describe themselves as
Drawing on uncommonly contrasting musical backgrounds the members of Snowapple form a remarkable ensemble. Their giddy leapfrogging between genres, combined with the wide range of instruments they play, effectuates an incomparable sound.
The group started as a trio in Amsterdam, but during their travels to Mexico city they one by one picked up an adventurous and diverse group of musicians, adding Mezcal and summer-vibes to the music and expanding Snowapple into an even more explosive,
eccentric and theatrical act.
The group is currently touring the US, Mexico and Europe and is working on their 4th studio album. Their music has been played multiple times on BBC Radio and they made several appearances on international TV.
“Pats boem! Aan de boxen gekluisterd. Van de ene verbazing in de andere. Soms euforisch, dan weer fronsend van verwarring. Welke genre is dit? Het zijn de drie dames van de Nederlandse band Snowapple. Tracks is één groot, onverwacht avontuur. (..) Wat een intrigerend en verrassend album.”
"Brimming with rich, luscious melodies and bizarre but beautiful chord changes. My mouth was left agape." —Vic Galloway, BBC Radio 1
“Enchanting, twisted and delightfully inventive” (Rock N Reel)
“Theatrical and dream-like” (Americana-UK)
“Enchanting sound and outfits to die for!” (House Of Coco)
“An absolute gem of an album.” (Popped Music)
“Delightfully unique” (Echoes And Dust)
"Beautiful, mysterious, intelligent, unpredictable, fun, feelgood." (Clew)
"Andrew Sisters meet Kate Bush meet Kurt Weill meet contemporary classical " (Clew)
Union Chapel, London // Assembly Hall, London // Paradiso, Amsterdam // Tivoli, Utrecht // Kalcinema Kvartals, Riga // Kater Holtzig, Berlin // Fuchs und Elster, Berlin // Ballhaus Rixdorf, Berlin // The Amnesia, San Fransisco // Rockwood Music Hall, NYC // Pete The Monkey Festival, France // Larmer Tree Festival, UK // Music Port World Music Festival, UK // Festival del Alma Texcoco, Mexico // Ollin Kan World Music Festival, Mexico // Eurosonic/Noorderslag, The Netherlands // Bevrijdings Festival, The Netherlands // Oerol, The Netherlands // Landjuweel, The Netherlands // Jetlag Festival, The Netherlands TV Azteca, Mexico // TV Central 11, Mexico