Dog in the Snow is a dream-pop/post-goth recording project of Helen Ganya Brown, who comes from Brighton, England. The band name may or may not be a reference to the Belle and Sebastian song “Fox in The Snow”.
I know nothing about her or the “band”. I’ve gotten a couple of things in the mailbag about the release of this song and video, but there’s a scarcity of biographical information available. It looks like she’s been at it since about 2010. She hasn’t released any albums, and this song was released as a digital stand-alone single on September 9.
I don’t know anything about her, and I can’t even find anything about her. Listening to this song, it seems like she’s been influenced by contemporary stuff like the stunning Zola Jesus, and some 70s/80s stuff like Siouxie.
Here’s the song:
For extra credit, here’s the ghost-like video for the song:
I like it. It’s strangely like a generic late 1990s horror movie, but I like it anyway. I mean, what’s there not to like about a girl by herself in an underground pedestrian tunnel?
I wish I had more to say about this, but I literally know nothing about Dog in The Snow.
You can download the song for free from the soundcloud page.