What people are saying about Stargroves

A new species of indie-pop
— Aside/Beside
MTV Buzzworthy

MTV Buzzworthy

Within Me a Lunatic Sings” plays like a Pinterest board of ‘00s indie rock greatest hits: Stars, Sigur Ros, and Freelance Whales are shot through the group’s sound, revealing themselves as the track transitions from jittery boy-girl keyboard pop into a dramatic piano and string section.
— David Greenwald, MTV Buzzworthy
We had no idea what a beautiful voice Abigail has, and the combination of her vocals with Teddy’s on this track is truly special. We know you will enjoy it.
— Rock On Request Magazine
Cover songs can go one of two ways. Stargroves’ cover of Stars’ “What the Snowman Learned About Love” goes the good way. . . This engaging amalgamation of sound makes Stargoves’ version a true tour de force, and, in my opinion, on par with the original . . . If this cover is any indication, this a band you are going to be hearing a lot more about. The music is skilled, passionate, and exciting. . . Watson’s voice is smooth, lullaby-esque, and pleasant to listen to. The talent just effuses from the video. A skillful cover, and a great indication of things to come for a band I am now quite excited to follow!
— The Music Court
Perez Hilton

Perez Hilton

Very modern Postal Service infused with a slice of Taylor Swift-esque guitar riffs… we are LOVING the complimenting tones of both Teddy and Abigail’s voices. Impressive first effort, you hot young thangs!
— Perez Hilton
This is not just pop music; this is pop music that craves for you to listen, to suck it up, to become the music
— Audio Fuzz