Boogarins, a psychedelic pop band, began in the central Brazilian city of Goiânia between friends Fernando Almeida and Benke Ferraz while in high school. Most of their music was recorded in their parents’ gardens, heavily influencing their sound drenched in Brazil's rich musical history through a very modern lens. Since adding two more members, the quartet continues to cruise between mellow riffs and disruption of musical textures.
Released in 2015, their second album, "Manual, ou guia livre de dissolução dos sonhos," (Manual, or free guide to the dissolution of dreams) is aptly titled. The album is layered with overdubs ?and a sense of wanderlust. That hard to describe je ne sais quoi has made Boogarins a major draw in Brazil and in cities around the world like Paris and New York.