Cape Snow photo by Michael Winters

2017 Bree Scanlon Interview with Chris Hislop “There is so much to love about music. I’m in awe of the way it can find the beauty that is inherent in every aspect of life, especially where you least expect to find it.”

Folk Radio UK “If this album has a theme, then it is distance, and how that distance can be overcome by darkness, longing, imagination and most importantly music.”

PopMatters “A flat-out gorgeous rustic waltz that not only echoes the best traits of Americana, but also touches on the influences of such ‘90s stalwarts as Mazzy Star and Low.”

Folk Radio UK “It’s an affair to be swept away in, like giddy hearts.”

Austin Town Hall “If you’re a Sharon Van Etten fan, then you should take note, as Cape Snow looks to be the next big stunner from that genre.”

The Sound “Together they create a shimmering, cloud-like atmosphere that’s perfect for showcasing Scanlon’s sultry, haunting voice and impressive range.”

Fourculture “There is an alchemy here that is quite precious”

Seacoast Online “A gorgeous collection of tunes that exudes comfort on the coldest of nights and warmest of days.”

Magnet “…a lot of heart and attention, with horn flourishes accenting a beautiful vocal performance.”

GIGsoup “A majesty of sound… a must have for any music fan who respects the songwriting art-form”