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In 2008, Daniela Gesundheit of Snowblink moved from San Francisco to Toronto, irreversibly altering Snowblink from a whimsical warm-weather band touting four male backup singers (two of whom were MGMT) to the current acclaimed duo with Dan Goldman (Luxury Pond). Snowblink quickly became "one of the most compelling new voices on the Canadian scene" (CBC), opening for Jeff Tweedy, Owen Pallett, Timber Timbre, Ohbijou, Great Lake Swimmers, and The Hidden Cameras on extended tours throughout the US, Canada, and Europe.
Snowblink's debut record, Long Live, which was released on Toronto imprint Out Of This Spark and hailed as an "essential release" by London's Sunday Times, and "dreamy electric folk" by Globe & Mail. Their sophomore record, Inner Classics, due out on Sept 11 2012 via Arts & Crafts, was penned and recorded by Gesundheit and Dan Goldman between Toronto, Montreal and Los Angeles with producer Chris Stringer (Ohbijou) and mixed by Mark Lawson (Arcade Fire).