As a child, singer-songwriter Lillian Snyder was no stranger to the world of music, hailing from places like Memphis, the Mississippi Delta and Muscle Shoals. Having grown up surrounded by musicians it’s no wonder Lilli developed an aptitude for the art form. 
Her writing is earnest and unpretentious yet worldly, evoking pensive innocence while retaining a self-assured strength.
With Snyder’s effervescent vocals and airy melodies backed by grinding guitars and chiming keyboards, her debut song “Flowers” calls to mind 1990s dream-pop bands like the Sundays as often as it does the current wave of indie singer-songwriters like Lucy Dacus and Phoebe Bridgers