Vaarwell’s New Single “Stay” Is A Picturesque Moody Pop

Pop with a moody charm

Photo: Courtesy of Vaarwell

“In constant miscommunication / There’s not much I can do / Talk to me in slow motion” chants vocalist Margarida Falcāo. Comprised of the members Margarida, Ricardo Nagy and Luís Monteiro, Vaarwell is a Portuguese trio who has been making waves with their quaint indie pop sound. Their latest single “Stay” has a moody charm to it where the smoky choruses in the band throbbing beats yield the emotional intensity of seeing your perception of someone demolish in front of you. Stream below:

“‘Stay’ is an upbeat indie pop song about the realization that your evening crush isn’t that great once he starts talking.” shared Vaarwell “It is driven by an electronic beat and its guitars and synths were influenced by bands like Slowdive and Beach House.”

Formed back in 2014, Vaarwell has been featured on BBC radios and press arcross the world for their debut LP Homebound 456. The trio has some show dates coming up:

3/15 – Noite Colado Musicbox (Lisboa, Portugal)

3/31 – Secret Show (Llisboa, Portugal)

4/14 – Bar ACERT (Tondela,, Portugal)

4/15 – Fnac Evora Plaza (Évora, Portugal)

4/17 – Secret Show (Madrid, Spain)

4/18 – Secret Show (Madrid, Spain)