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Customer Reviews

No Shortage of Melody Here

Nearly four years since their last full album release, the Pearlfishers are back with 'Up With the Larks' Standout tracks include 'London's In Love', 'The Umbrellas of Shibuya', 'Eco Schools', and the beautiful 'I Just See the Rainbow'. Fans of their previous work should find much to enjoy here. For those new to these guys, this is a good place to start, but you may want to consider 'Sky Meadows' or 'Across the Milky Way' as well.

intelligent lyrics,complex music and such wonderful singing that reminds one of the beachboys on some tracks.
there are classics here that should be famous.

such as Eco schools,I just see the rainbow,londons in love and the umbrellas of shibuya.

theres no one style...the songs are so different yet came from one mind david scott. a VASTLY underated songwriter.


Formed: Falkirk, Scotland

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

An ever-shifting Scottish group led by singer/songwriter David Scott, the only constant member, the Pearlfishers are a glorious soft pop band mixing acoustic-based music with subtle orchestral flourishes, rather like a Glasgow-based Prefab Sprout with a major Brian Wilson fixation. Since forming in 1989 the Pearlfishers have refined and broadened their sound while maintaining a steadily growing cult following. Scott began writing songs while a teenager in Glasgow in the early '80s. In the summer...
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