Fair Verona - Starlight
With soothing production, synths, and breathtaking vocals, the song further confers Mickey’s signature flower combination – Pink roses and babies breath.
After the heartbreaking death of one-half of the music duo “Fair Verona” from Charlottesville, Virginia, announced their latest and final single – a song titled “Starlight.”
Written by Mickey Vaughan and engineered by Maxwell Mandell, Starlight initially dropped on the 26th of June 2022. However, due to its high demand on several radio stations, we can expect radio edit versions as of the 27th of August 2022.
“Our final single is out now on all major streaming platforms. As a special “thank you,” there are 3 versions of this song that we’re releasing.”
News emerged on their Instagram page guided by a lyric video that displays some of the best moments of Mickey Vaughan. “Starlight” was written inspired by some of the most precious things to Mickey Vaughan. Her friends, family, flowers, colors, and her life as a teenager beset most of the song’s message.
Starlight follows as a precious discography of Mickey’s life, from the good old days with her father to her love for sunsets and cotton candy clouds. Its message introduces Mickey’s love for speed driving and buying weed before dawn. Suffering from Hyperhidrosis, the gifted singer always had a loose grip on the steering wheel, making driving, writing, and playing the piano very difficult. As a result, she always kept a flannel or piece of absorbent material with her so she could occasionally wipe off her hands.
With soothing production, synths, and breathtaking vocals, the song further confers Mickey’s signature flower combination – Pink roses and babies breathe. Her love for the color pink extended further as a reference to her most cherished friendships. This release was a reminiscence of her favorite memories with friends and memories of her father that she held onto. Another thing also mentioned in the song is “Arts and crafts,” portraying Mickey’s love for painting. She spent hours painting with her high school friend, Xavier, a cotton candy sky on the walls of her “Harry Potter closet,” which was directly under the stairs within her childhood home.