Dog in the Snow
Dog In The Snow is the moniker of Brighton-based Helen Ganya Brown, accompanied by friend, musician and visual artist Eva Bowan. The band experiments with existential-driven lyrics and layers of off-kilter sounds to create a peripatetic musical landscape.
The name ‘Dog In The Snow’ originates from Helen’s interest in Franz Kafka and his existential writings. In one of the only novels with a complete final chapter, ‘The Trial’ ends with the lead character getting stabbed in the heart. As he lies in a cold, snowy and deserted quarry he cries out aloud, “Like a dog!”