Dance’s fast-rising Chris Varvaro has been releasing some incredible music in 2019. As he rises up the ranks, he continues to peak our interest with catchy new sounds like today’s premiere, titled, “Notebook”. A seductive love story co-stars and reunites Chris with the talented singer/songwriter Sky Roses.

The song is a testament of a deeply interwoven relationship between partners intersected by a diary, or ‘notebook,’ but showcases Chris Varvaro’s ability to replicate a fresh sounding original utilizing the production elements of what now is clear to be his signature sound. Great chemistry, fresh vocals, and overachieving execution, the new single is possibly Chris, who is riding a wave right now, best work yet.

Sky Roses on “Notebook”:

“Notebook to me is not only a continuation of love letters but also talk about being understood by someone you’re close to. I love working with Chris because we get the chance to explore very real topics and we can talk about the emotions behind the music, rather than just constantly discussing tiny details. Notebook to me feels like the halfway point of our story; we’re still growing, learning, and waiting for what we’re after. Whereas our first single Broken talks about the loss, Notebook talks about the learning. I look forward to writing again with Chris to put some closure on this whole series of emotional music.“

Chris on working with Sky:

“For Sky Roses it was about losing your cool and learning to grow as a person, settling in relationships and learning how to work through the battles and the fights. Growing up to get the other person’s side of the story. Both sides of the tracks emotional elements come together to tell a beautiful tale of a love song and learning”

The follow up to the two’s previous track, “Broken”. “Notebook” is the latest feature of Chris Varvaro’s new viral movement known as the #pursoundmovement.

“Notebook” by Chris Varvaro and Sky Roses is available now via own imprint.

Follow Chris’ #pursoundmovement today via Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Stream “Notebook” below, courtesy of Soundcloud.