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Ethereal pop duo Snowbird features vocalist Stephanie Dosen and multi-instrumentalist Simon Raymonde in his initial collaboration because the Cocteau Twins split up in 1997. When that renowned dream pop music group known as it quits, Raymonde centered on working his Bella Union label; after assisting Dosen discharge her second single album, the shock U.K. strike A Lily for the Spectre, in 2007, they started working together a couple of years afterwards. Their cover of Green Floyd’s “Goodbye Blue Sky,” which made an appearance on the compilation for MOJO mag, marked their documenting debut. The set continued working jointly when Dosen’s visa expired and she came back to the Expresses, with London-based Raymonde sending her sensitive, piano-based instrumentals that she added vocals to in NEW YORK. The duo fleshed out the music by using Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien and Phil Selway, aswell as users of Midlake and Lanterns within the Lake. The outcomes had been released as Moon (including an added bonus remix recording, Luna) in January 2014.

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