- 1. Starar - Into Vision [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 3.41 127 plays
- 2. Starar - 2010 [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 4.07 110 plays
- 3. Starar - Let It Be Me [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 3.59 141 plays
- 4. Starar - The Hardest Lie [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 3.20 62 plays
- 5. Starar - Stop Stop Stop [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 3.41 991 plays
- 6. Starar - Don't Let It End That Way [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 4.21 70 plays
- Go to track Starar - As the Triangle Leads to the Flame [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes]7. Starar - As the Triangle Leads to the Flame [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 2.53 53 plays
- 8. Starar - Fallin' [From Stop, Stop, Stop EP - Out Now on iTunes] 4.36 123 plays
Looking back at Starar's career so far, it's hard to believe how far they've come in four short years. "I guess it was just a matter of building upon our successes, as they happened," says lead singer and guitarist, Jenna, "Each when we worked on a new EP, we'd work on a new style, blending in the best parts of every release that had pricked our ears." Steven, on the other hand, puts it slightly more bluntly, "When we put a set of songs out there, the feedback would always be tremendous, but you still have to develop a sound that is both unique as well as contemporary to your audience. If you want to build that audience, you have to try new things to keep people interested."
Working and living between Lincoln and the capital London, the pair have explored various means of online promotion, from Youtube exploitation and Twitter fanship, to a massive Facebook following that incorporates the Instagram photoset-craze, Soundcloud free-release exclusives and more recently Vibe and Viddy clips to keep their fans on the edge of the their seats. Their sound has crosses a wide range of genres so far, from Pop Rock to Disco, Ambient Minimalism on one single, then flawlessly seguing into Country on another. These days, they have been working in the Alternative Indie area, reminiscent of the guitar-strumming, moody, vocal-sensitive work of the artists Sara Barielles, Ingrid Michaelson and Ed Sheeran. "We wanted to focus less on the dancing and more on the beauty of the melody, if that make sense," explains Jenna, "We've experimented with both areas of pop music, and I think it's time to come back to the interaction between harmony and the sound of the track, rather than how big the production has been pushed, or how radio-friendly it is, if that term isn't even redundant these days."
For their live shows, the duo have picked guitars and sang harmonies with bass guitar backing around Lincoln and a few impromptu sets in London to expand their fan base. "Our sets are very intimate, very low-key, just the two of us singing and playing. There's no laptop triggers or backing-tracks, just our performance, clean and unprocessed so the audience gets a feeling for how real our presentation is," says Steven, "I love playing to a good, happy, engaged house." There's one thing for sure, they'll be keeping audiences engaged for years to come.