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Let There Be Morning marks the stateside debut for the Swedish alternative rock act the Perishers. Just three years before, they made their independent introduction with From Nothing to One. The 11-song set was dreamy and earnest, a decent first album, but not exactly focused. Let There Be Morning breathes much easier with its atmospheric piano-laden melodies, light acoustic guitars, and frontman Ola Klüft's warm presentation. There's a brighter sense of optimism on this album, but not in that gushing kind of way that made Coldplay international stars with A Rush of Blood to the Head. It's Klüft's own way of looking beyond the scope of life's problems that is the core of the Perishers' appeal, and it's all without pride. Let There Be Morning is such an appropriate title because of its warm hints and hopeful overtones. Songs such as the lilting title track and "Weekends" play into this, capturing a gingerly kind of freshness. "Sway" yearns for slumberland. Singing about unrequited love never gets old. The Perishers do it in such a way that's not overbearing. "My Heart" and "Nothing Like You and I" are proof of the band's sincerity, and such a trait should carry them a long way in this business. Fans of Radiohead's more melancholic moments on Pablo Honey and Keane's chart singles should enjoy the bliss that is Let There Be Morning.


Formed: 1997 in Umeå, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The alternative rock outfit the Perishers includes Ola Klüft (vocals/guitar), Martin Gustafson (keyboards/backing vocals), Pehr Åström (bass), and Thomas Hedlund (drums). Hailing from Umeå, Sweden, the Perishers formed in 1997. They played shows in their hometown until signing a recording contract with the local Swedish imprint North of No South in 2001. The band's debut album, From Nothing to One, was issued the next year. Tour dates across select areas of Scandinavia and Taiwan also coincided with...
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