The enigmatic sound of Chay Snowdon

Chay Snowdon’s sound is both enigmatic and varied, with powerful imagery and diverse influences to match. He kicks of 2019 with a two singles, ‘Mon Cheri’ and ‘Sha La La.’

The Bristol based vocalist and band take after the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Kings of Leon and Catfish and the Bottlemen. With an instantly recognisable voice and musical craftsmanship to match, Snowdon is onto something special! With a tonne of live performances under his belt and an ever growing back catalogue, it is no wonder than Chay Snowdon is tipped to go big in 2019.


“Chay Snowdon is a real talent.”


Intriguingly, the tracks are differing. They clash with each other, yet wouldn’t sound out of place on the same setlist. ‘Mon Cheri’ is fast paced and up lifting. Heavy drum beat and guitar riffs mix with crisp voice and lyricism in majestic style. It wouldn’t sound out of place on a mid naughties television show, for good reason!

‘Sha La La’ slows the pace down a little. On first listen, it boasts similar qualities to the likes of James Bay – Intriguing, melodic and vocally supreme. Chorus-wise, it is high reaching and powerful. This is one of the most intriguing new tracks we’ve heard in a while!


“Intriguing, melodic and vocally supreme”


The double single release heralds back to older times, where A and B sides were not so much of a rarity. In this case, both tracks should be seen as A sides, they stand ground in their own right. With more releases to follow, 25th January’s release date acts as the beginning of a huge musical year.

Chay Snowdon is a real talent. We can only assume 2019 will be impressive for the Plymouth born musician!



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