Andrew Keller started making music in his Philadelphia bedroom a few years ago. Personal and naïve, Baby Bird, his first album, came out shortly thereafter. When people started to listen, Keller scrambled to find a way to make all the parts come together in a live setting. Thus, Snow Caps was born. These days, Snow Caps' songs are still incubated in a bedroom, and they grow more cohesive and closer with each practice, each show. Snow Caps' forthcoming album, Moonbreak , a minimalist pop album of unaffected songs made of equal parts joy and terror, continues in a direction that only leads back to the naïvete and personal nature of Keller's earlier recordings.

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