Heather Christie is an American singer-song writer, producer, and dancer. Described as indie-R&B or neo-soul, Heather's sound is likened to artists like Alicia Keys, Erykah Badu, and Norah Jones. Vir grew up in Venice, California. From an early age he was exposed to eclectic musical instruments. In addition to playing guitar, bass, and keyboard, Vir plays world instruments including the sintir and guimbri from Morocco, Djeli Ngoni from Mali, Yali Tanbur from Turkey, a self-created camel-skinned instrument call the "Arkbass" and many others. "Stars That Fall" is the first collaborative work of Heather Christie and Vir McCoy. It showcases the eclecticism that each of their musical backgrounds brings to the table.