discography

The Sharp Things, EverybodyEverybody album art

EverybodyEverybody

“Drawing inspiration from Brian Wilson and George Harrison to Bowie and Harry Nilsson, EverybodyEverybody is a master class in songwriting and execution.” — Blurt

Adventurer's Inn

Adventurer's Inn

“‘Everything Breaks’ manages the uncommon trick of being both lovely and urgent…an elegiac litany of facts, descriptions, and/or circumstances, creating a kind of beauty-meets-tragedy atmosphere” — Fingertips Music

The Sharp Things Live at Galapagos Art Space

Live at Galapagos Art Space

“Galapagos is eye-opening in seizing Perry Serpa’s sprawling, elaborate, delectable collective’s dynamism. It sure makes you wish you were there!”

The Sharp Things, The Truth Is Like The Sun album cover [front]

The Truth Is Like The Sun

“Simply jaw-on-the-floor beautiful! The Truth is Like the Sun boasts some of the best songs in the band’s nearly 15 years together.”
Blurt

The Sharp Things, Green Is Good album cover [front]

Green Is Good

“One of the more intriguing releases in quite some time…seamlessly stitches together dozens of different influences into a cohesive quilt of modern pop…not a bum track out of ten!”
— Pop That Goes Crunch!

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A Moveable Feast

“This album is rich, deep, full, and at times revelatory. And yet wasn’t recorded in a studio! This is Orchestral Pop of the highest order. It’s The Mamas and the Papas with strings. It’s a more contemporary, less preachy Blood Sweat and Tears.” —Berkeley Place

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Foxes & Hounds

“Their music suggests they would feel just as comfortable in the concert hall as they would on college radio…a breath of fresh air in a music scene overcrowded with cookie cutter artistry.” —Silent Uproar

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Here Comes The Sharp Things

“Gorgeous opener “I Will Always Be Swimming In This Sea” is Prince, Mercury Rev and Sgt Pepper-era Beatles, the epic “Vacationing” is Tom Waits, Todd Rundgren and even a little bit Coldplay, and the pained, soaring “Precious” is the Bad Seeds meets Philly soul with Talk Talk’s Mark Hollis on vocals. Delightful, the lot of it.” —NME