The Perishers, Let There Be Morning

This Scandinavian quartet is very good at playing with the soft-loud dynamics employed by Starsailor, Pilate and Keane. Like their peers, The Perishers write melancholic, emotionally driven pop that easily connects with the broken hearted or hopeless romantic. Highlights include mellow opener "Weekend", the first single "Sway" and the ominous "Pills." In the end, the Perishers need to rock out a bit more. Even singer Ola Kluft's boyish croon and the band's obvious talent for tugging heartstrings can't save Let There Be Morning from rising above background music status. (Nettwerk) Rating: 2.5 Out Of 5 Stars

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