Singer and songwriter Sorah Snow, also known as Sarah Snoep, has recently dropped her second single “Poison In My Brain”, where her deep voice blends with meaningful lyrics and powerful instrumentation.
Originally from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in 2017 Sorah Snow moved to Australia where she started performing live all over the East Coast first as single artist and later on with her Australian girl-band.
In 2019, the Dutch musician moved to Wellington, New Zealand, to record her debut EP at Tiny Triumph Recordings. Captured by the city of Wellington, Sorah Snow moved there and soon formed her five-piece girl band called Sorah Snow And The Ice Witches. Together, they toured the country and performed in several summer festivals.
After rocking the indie music scenes of Australia and New Zealand, Sorah Snow had to come back to The Netherlands and she is now set to share her heart-felt lyrics and rock vibes with the European fans.
Having bands like Cage The Elephant, The Black Keys and The Beatles as her musical influences, Sorah Snow can amazingly combine intense vocals with indie pop beats in her inspiring songs, and her latest single is a further proof of her talent.
“Poison In My Brain” focuses on the artist’s ADHD disorder, which implies a constant assumption of medicine with a consequent poisoning effect, but the track reflects also on a poisonous relationship that eventually broke her heart. You should not miss the chance to listen to Sorah Snow’s captivating newest release!
Listen to it here: