Daniela Gesundheit (Snowblink) writes non-denominational devotional pop music. She was a featured vocalist alongside Brian Eno on Owen Pallett’s In Conflict and on Chris Hadfield’s Songs From a Tin Can - the first record ever to be recorded in space. Gesundheit has collaborated with celebratecoustic biologist Katy Payne (The Song of the Humpback Whale) for performances that featured choirs trained in the principles of Humpback whale "composition," and with the Institute for Art and Olfaction in Los Angeles, creating immersive olfactory music events.
In 2014, Snowblink joined forces with Feist and AroarA to form Hydra, a collaborative seven-piece band that toured across Canada. In addition to releasing three studio records on Fire, Arts & Crafts, and Outside Music, she sings traditional Jewish liturgy for a progressive, queer-inclusive community in Toronto. She lives in Los Angeles.