Artist info

Genre

Indie, Metal, Rock


Sounds like

Pixies, Daughter, Smashing Pumpkins, K.Flay


band members

Shontay Snow


Influences

Daughter, Bob Dylan


Unearthed artists we like

Reins


Bio

Shontay Snow released her first EP 'Just a Thought' late in 2011. Following her launch, Shontay had the pleasure of supporting Matt Corby at a 'Secret Garden Show' capping off an exciting introductory year. Since then, Shontay jumped back into the studio and recorded her second EP, 'Artificial Love' which she successfully released to a packed out Amplifier Bar in July 2012. Following the successful launch and other steady shows, Snow teamed up with Director Brendan Joel to film her first official music video for the single 'Mon Amour' which was released with another near capacity Amplifier performance.

During this time, Shontay teamed up with Perth Heavy Metal Outfit, Saviour, featuring on their first two albums, 'Once We Were Lions' and 'First Light To My Death Bed.'

Shontay became an official member of Saviour in 2015 when she returned from her two year stint in Berlin. Her musical creativity shines through Saviours third Album, 'Let Me Leave.' and Saviours upcoming fourth album 'A Lunar Rose,' set to be released 28 Feb.

Shontay has been working on her own new sound, moving away from her folk pop style, being compared to 90s grunge bands such as 'The Smashing Pumpkins' and 'Pixies.' With a brand new single and Music video on the way for her track 'Bukowski, Shontay is one to watch.

Contact details-

admin@saviouraustralia.com.au
https://www.instagram.com/shontaysnow/
www.facebook.com/shontaysnow.official
www.facebook.com/saviouraustralia
www.shontaysnow.com.au
www.youtube.com/shontaysnow

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

30 Oct 2020

Triple J
40

cinematic grunge to get totally immersed in!

cinematic grunge to get totally immersed in!

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

13 Feb 2013

Triple J
40

This tune's lovely. It's got a nice gentle push when it kicks in and Shontay's vocals sound are nicely presented front and centre.

This tune's lovely. It's got a nice gentle push when it kicks in and Shontay's vocals sound are nicely presented front and centre.