Michael Feuerstack

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Michael Feuerstack
Michael Feuerstack
Background information
Also known as Snailhouse
Origin Canada
Genres Indie rock, indie pop, lo-fi
Instruments Vocals, guitar, lapsteel
Years active 1994-present
Associated acts Wooden Stars, Bell Orchestre, The Luyas Islands, Kepler, The Olympic Symphonium, Hilotrons, Land of Talk, Paper Beat Scissors
Website Official website

Michael Feuerstack is a Canadian indie rock musician, who has been associated with the bands Wooden Stars and Snailhouse.

Snailhouse is essentially a solo project with multiple contributing artists, including Julie Doiron of Eric's Trip, with production work by Jeremy Gara of The Arcade Fire. Records from Snailhouse have been released on White Whale Records, Forward Music in Canada, Lunamoth, Rhythm of Sickness, Grand Theft Autumn, Unfamiliar Records and Scratch Recordings labels.

In 2012, Feuerstack announced that he was retiring the Snailhouse name, and would be releasing future music under his own name. His first album as Michael Feuerstack, Tambourine Death Bed, was officially released on May 7, 2013.[1] He followed up in 2014 with Singer Songer, an album which featured his songs being performed by other vocalists, including John K. Samson, Angela Desveaux, Jim Bryson, Bry Webb, Little Scream and Devon Sproule.[2]

He will release The Forgettable Truth in 2015.


as Snailhouse[edit]

as Michael Feuerstack[edit]

  • Tambourine Death Bed (2013)
  • Singer Songer (2014)
  • The Forgettable Truth (2015)



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