The keyboard player and vocalist has introduced her baby girl to the world in a series of adorable photos.
(Pic by Ruby Boland)
Shontay Snow, better known as the keyboardist and vocalist for Perth heavyweights Saviour, has welcomed her baby girl, Autumn, into the world.
In a series of adorable photos posted to Instagram, Snow calls Autumn the love of her life.
In a review of their latest album, Shine & Fade, we commented about Snow's performance on the album closer, Wishing Well: "Unlike a lot of the rest of the record where each song builds up towards a certain point, this song builds down so beautifully in the way that it's experimental until it hits a familiar point with Shontay’s voice at 2:30, then it fades out into this stunning end to the record. But not before one final epic moment."
Last year, Snow announced that she was deemed no longer an "essential member" of Saviour via her Instagram stories - we are elated that things seem to be resolved, with Greyscale Records writing about Saviour's brilliant 2022:
"Saviour returned in a big way. With two hugely successful singles and the release of their record Shine & Fade. The biggest triumph being their return to stage after nearly 3 years. 2023 is going to start our bright with keys & vocalist @shontaysnow expecting a little girl any day now. There will never be enough Saviour."
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It's a far cry from what was happening in July last year, when Snow wrote, "I was so excited to get back on stage and do what I love but instead, with a broken heart, I am sharing that I am no longer an 'essential' member of Saviour."
"I can't speak on this further," she continued. "I will just wish the majority of the boys all the best. I'm sorry if you have tickets to tonight's show."
The now Perth quintet officially welcomed Shontay Snow to the band in 2016 after featuring heavily on their album First Light To My Death Bed.
Other band members include Bryant Best on vocals, Daniel Rees and Curtis Tunks on guitar, Chris Pearce on vocals/bass and Michael Matta on drums.
Congratulations to Shontay and her partner!