Why Don’t We – Come To Brazil (Lyrics Review and Song Meaning)

“Come To Brazil” is the much anticipated monthly release of songs from Why Don’t We’s upcoming second studio album. The band promised to release one song per month until the album drops later this year.

“Come To Brazil” is the sixth release for 2019 so far, following “BIG PLANS,” “Cold in LA,” “I Don’t Belong In This Club,” “Don’t Change” and “Unbelievable.”

Why Don’t We first teased the song at the birthday bash of WZPL and posted a snippet of the performance on their Instagram page. The band captioned the post “6/12” indicating that this is the 6th release out of 12 tracks on the new 2019 album.

In an interview with Billboard, Why Don’t We members talked about what this song means to them; “The whole idea behind the song is that you’re so in lust, or maybe even in love with this girl at first sight, that you want to go all the way to Brazil with her because even though it’s extreme – it’s worth it. It’s the thrill of the chase. You don’t even care how far it takes you, you just want to follow this girl wherever she goes.”

The story of the lyrics to “Come To Brazil” follows the boys meeting a girl at a party in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. Before meeting her, the boys were bored out at this party. They call her “something foreign” indicating that she is not from the USA. This girl and the boys hit it off and she confesses that she likes the boys’ vibe. But the tragedy is that the girl is due to go home the next morning. But the boys would not care to do a bit of travelling to be with this girl–by a “bit” we mean, travel halfway across the world.

Listen to “Come To Brazil” by Why Don’t We

Why Don’t We also added a few more dates to their ‘8 Letters’ tour inspired by their debut studio album of the same name. The band announced new dates in Australia and their first time stop in New Zealand.

It would not be ironical if Why Don’t We extends their tour to Brazil as well, just to keep up with this new song’s hype.

Let us hear what you think about this song in the comments below.

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