Fans of First Aid Kit, The Dirty Projectors and Au Revoir Simone should head to Monterey Court on Friday, March 27 to catch SnowApple. The all female trio layers sweet, delicate and harmonic vocals with synth arrangements that bounce from a quirky Jon Brion style to more overt pop influence.
Their sophomore album "Illusions" was just released last month and features a range of moody, texturally rich and orchestral tracks with more straightforward, stripped down styles. It bounces from operatic at times on songs like the album's title track to playful, carnival-esque songs like "Plato's Prank."
The first single off of SnowApple's second album, "California," is a nice blend of all of it, though the album as a whole really does offer a wide range of motifs both lyrically and aurally.
SnowApple will play at Monterey Court this Friday beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets are available online in advance for $10 or at the door the day of the show for $15.