Dog In The Snow is a powerful, distinct talent.
Brighton based Helen Ganya Brown took time off after the release of her debut, touring throughout 2016 as part of Fear Of Men.
Heading back into the studio, the songwriter was able to lay down those pent up ideas, recording song after song.
New album 'Consume Me' drops on October 20th, and it's very much prompted by political events of the past 18 months.
Helen Ganya Brown tells Clash: "I was thinking of the idea of protest in the 21st century, sometimes it seems like congregating en masse still makes one feel powerless..."
"So I thought (pretty sarcastically) what if every woman threatened to never have a child ever again? It’s my tongue-in-cheek and desperate attempt at blackmailing humanity for a sustainable future, and regaining ownership of one’s body and choices, whilst trying to come to terms with the mixed expectations of women’s roles in society."
Tune in now.