Growing up in a family of academics and doctors who all shared a huge passion for arts in their free time, Sno's artistic taste began to take shape very early on. Her grandfather, a renowned psychiatrist in his time, led her down the path of fine arts and swing music, however she couldn't keep her eyes off his medical books. The vintage melancholy cut with modern wit would quickly become home to Sno's restless mind and inspire her visually as well as musically. To this day, she pays very little attention to music genres and prefers focusing on the 'soul' of each song individually. Given the frequent use of heavy guitars, the industry has labeled her music anything from 'orchestral metal', 'modern theatrical rock' to 'industrial pop' and 'rock cabaret'.
Having lived in three different countries by the age of 11, constant inspiration as well as alienation only fired up the need to express herself artistically. With boxes full of sketches and over 200 songs written by the age of 18, she abandoned her college art studies to fully focus on her music and visual arts career.
Today, Snovonne is not only known to be the woman behind the music but also the video and graphic artist behind her music's visuals.
The interest in her "elegantly disturbing" work has been growing steadily and she's done plenty of art work for musicians and companies around the world.
Snovonne has been touring with her live band throughout the years, building her following the organic way. Ranging from clubs to bigger venues and festivals, the shows always lead to a strong connection with the audience. Snovonne's authenticity attracts genuine fans. Fans that crave new music, emotion and cathartic art. Although all tours have been across Europe, the booking is working hard on including a US stretch in the near future.