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Snows of Yesteryear, an indie-folk trio hailing from Glasgow, Scotland, are set to release their highly-anticipated debut album in the spring of 2023. The album, which was recorded at the renowned Castlesound Studios with the talented Mattie Foulds at the helm, is a musical exploration of Scotland’s unique landscapes and rich emotional lore.

The band, made up of three talented musicians with a deep appreciation for their country’s history and culture, has crafted a collection of songs that delve into the stories and feelings that are woven into the fabric of Scotland. From the rugged beauty of the Highlands to the bustling energy of Glasgow, Snows of Yesteryear’s music paints a vivid picture of the country and its people.

With Mattie Foulds, who has worked with some of the biggest names in folk music, including Karine Polwart, Eliza Carthy, Aidan O’Rourke, and Kris Drever, at the helm, the album is sure to be a standout in the indie-folk genre. Foulds’ experience and expertise in capturing the essence of traditional folk music while also incorporating modern elements is evident in the band’s sound, which is both timeless and contemporary.

The release of Snows of Yesteryear’s debut album is eagerly awaited by fans of the indie-folk genre and those who appreciate the unique stories and emotions that Scotland has to offer. The band’s ability to bring the country’s landscapes and lore to life through their music is sure to make for a truly unforgettable listening experience.

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