Note: Snowcats are no longer together, but have really thoroughly enjoyed playing for you! Attached below is a memento of our old website with links to various media for you to enjoy, such as the sole EP “Chester” – which will always remain free!

Snowcats’ debut EP “Chester”!


Available for free download at!

Receiving high praise for their first single’s “jarring syncopation” and “nightmarish, charming” aesthetic (Livewire, Feb 2022) Snowcats’ first single “Respire” – the lead track from their debut EP “Chester” (released in April 2022) – showcases just the kind of lilting and mellifluous dream-pop that the group are becoming known for. Enjoy their debut release above!

17/03/2022: Hecate’s Song is here! The much-awaited second release from Snowcats is now live on all your favourite streaming platforms; dissonance-infused stamps give way to euphonious lulls and triumphant co-ed choirs that herald the goddess Hecate. Nearly three minutes of melodramatic, sovereign alt-rock/pop share her story of rendezvous with a surface-dwelling human being. Film clip above!

Snowcats were an alt-gaze rock outfit who wedded visionary interpretations of stalwart popular song themes to innovative arrangements inside their indie dream-pop terrene of predicted stardom. Featuring established local balladeer (and 2022 QMA-nominated) Alex Edwards on vocals and various fellows plucked from around the ridges of Queensland’s capital, Snowcats converged upon Alex’s 100+ show tally with their own swags of experience to reinvent modern music once and for all. In 2021 they played at King Lear’s Throne, Tomcat, Archive, The Cave Inn, Uh-Oh and Woolly Mammoth Mane Stage, and in 2022 performed at The Junk Bar, The Zoo, Stage Right, The New Farm Bowls Club, The Brightside, The Back Room and Black Bear Lodge. Their final show at O’Skulligans in September 2022 will be played under the moniker of Alex Edwards Band. They released their sole EP “Chester” in April 2022.

Thanks to: Chantal Worsfold, Maddie Simonsen, Tom Macpherson, Ben Adivi, Stephen Bradley, Jarrod Stokes, Genevieve Walden, Lucia Moreno, Stevie Mac, Nathan Woodrow who all at one point in time played host to the 13 shows Snowcats performed around Brisbane. And thanks to all who came along for the ride! Remember, you can download the EP Snowcats released for free