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James Ryan
July 19th 2023
Surprised by the maturity and professionalism of these amazing young women...
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Desperate Annie's
Eric
July 3rd 2023
It was great! I only wish they had had time to play a couple more songs, but the first band took a bit longer than expected to get started. I hope this tour and the upcoming European tour go well. This is my third time seeing Pearl Earl, in three different cities: Denton, TX, Seattle, WA, and now Lawrence, KS. We seem to move to where they are going to play. :)
Lawrence, KS@
Replay Lounge
Don
May 23rd 2019
These ladies were amazing! First saw them in Denton years ago. Caught a few headlining gigs in Dallas. Saw them open for Oh Sees and in Ok and Austin, and now they’ve followed me to LA. Their sound can follow me anywhere!!
Los Angeles, CA@
The Hi Hat

About Pearl Earl

With heavy nods to spacey prog and golden era glam rock, Pearl Earl’s sound has the ability to invoke the cosmic nostalgia of the past while carving new territory of its own neo-psychedelic universe. Once being described as ‘Pink Floyd in the sunlight’ the bands live performances are captivating and euphoric with an ominous grin.

After releasing “Karaoke Superstar” in mid 2015, P.E. gained attention from the Dallas/Fort Worth music scene and went on their first national tour. Their debut EP and self titled LP landed them many Dallas Observer Music Awards nominations and several Denton Arts and Music awards. Their self-titled album was recorded at Elmwood Studio in Oakcliff with Alex Bhore (This Will Destroy You) and Brack Cantrell; and was released on vinyl by Dreamy Life records in the summer of 2017. After several national tours and releasing a few one off singles in 2019, the band is preparing to release their sophomore album produced by Tomas Dolas (Mr. Elevator, Oh Sees) in 2022.

“Clearly caught in the crackle of ’70s airwaves, the band is mashing their memories with a deft hand and a feminine snarl. With a slightly less buoyant approach, Pearl Earl are finding their way along the same inflamed tributary that carries kindred spirits Savoy Motel. They embody the ten-foot tall ideals of glam, as evidenced in the gloss that shines on the album’s surface, and they pin it well to their flip of the radio dial. At heart the band’s eponymous LP is as punk as any of their myriad homegrown stagemates, but where others go to the well for the simple quench of sweat, Pearl Earl go for the rainbow ripple off the water in the sun. Having fun with the form, they explode punk into shards of psychedelic debris, each looking to streak the sky with its own glittered flare.”—Raven Sings The Blues

“Pearl Earl are like if Pentangle were a villainous cartoon rock band in an old episode of Josie & the Pussycats. The songs on their debut are cartoon-colored and full of knotty guitar work, weird, witchy vocals and sharp melodic left-turns. Just when you think you’ve got them pinned down, they change shape: “Captain Howdy” opens as a blank-eyed, spell-book incantation before heaving suddenly into a proggy chorus; “Cosmic Queen” is roller-disco glam-rock in which Ariel Hartley tries out about 17 different vocal approaches, from Satanic sneer to punk-rock hiccup; and “Star in the Sky” dabbles in deranged sci-fi psychedelia before dishing out an avalanche of 400-ton Black Sabbath riffs. Everything is heavily distorted and utterly deranged (the last half of “Star in the Sky” sounds like a tripped-out take on the Fat Albert theme, except with a flute). Pearl Earl is a weird, indescribable, genre-gobbling record, a black-light Magic Eye poster that keeps revealing new images the longer you stare at it.” —J. Edward Keyes, Bandcamp Daily
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Genres:
Progressive Rock, Neopsychedelic, Neopsychedelic Rock, Psych Pop, Psych Punk, Neopsychedelia, Psychedelic Pop, Psychedelic Rock
Band Members:
Leeza V, Stefanie Lazcano, Ariel Hartley, Teddy Waggy, Chelsey Danielle, Bailey K Chapman
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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Live Photos of Pearl Earl

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Fan Reviews

James Ryan
July 19th 2023
Surprised by the maturity and professionalism of these amazing young women...
Saratoga Springs, NY@
Desperate Annie's
Eric
July 3rd 2023
It was great! I only wish they had had time to play a couple more songs, but the first band took a bit longer than expected to get started. I hope this tour and the upcoming European tour go well. This is my third time seeing Pearl Earl, in three different cities: Denton, TX, Seattle, WA, and now Lawrence, KS. We seem to move to where they are going to play. :)
Lawrence, KS@
Replay Lounge
Don
May 23rd 2019
These ladies were amazing! First saw them in Denton years ago. Caught a few headlining gigs in Dallas. Saw them open for Oh Sees and in Ok and Austin, and now they’ve followed me to LA. Their sound can follow me anywhere!!
Los Angeles, CA@
The Hi Hat

About Pearl Earl

With heavy nods to spacey prog and golden era glam rock, Pearl Earl’s sound has the ability to invoke the cosmic nostalgia of the past while carving new territory of its own neo-psychedelic universe. Once being described as ‘Pink Floyd in the sunlight’ the bands live performances are captivating and euphoric with an ominous grin.

After releasing “Karaoke Superstar” in mid 2015, P.E. gained attention from the Dallas/Fort Worth music scene and went on their first national tour. Their debut EP and self titled LP landed them many Dallas Observer Music Awards nominations and several Denton Arts and Music awards. Their self-titled album was recorded at Elmwood Studio in Oakcliff with Alex Bhore (This Will Destroy You) and Brack Cantrell; and was released on vinyl by Dreamy Life records in the summer of 2017. After several national tours and releasing a few one off singles in 2019, the band is preparing to release their sophomore album produced by Tomas Dolas (Mr. Elevator, Oh Sees) in 2022.

“Clearly caught in the crackle of ’70s airwaves, the band is mashing their memories with a deft hand and a feminine snarl. With a slightly less buoyant approach, Pearl Earl are finding their way along the same inflamed tributary that carries kindred spirits Savoy Motel. They embody the ten-foot tall ideals of glam, as evidenced in the gloss that shines on the album’s surface, and they pin it well to their flip of the radio dial. At heart the band’s eponymous LP is as punk as any of their myriad homegrown stagemates, but where others go to the well for the simple quench of sweat, Pearl Earl go for the rainbow ripple off the water in the sun. Having fun with the form, they explode punk into shards of psychedelic debris, each looking to streak the sky with its own glittered flare.”—Raven Sings The Blues

“Pearl Earl are like if Pentangle were a villainous cartoon rock band in an old episode of Josie & the Pussycats. The songs on their debut are cartoon-colored and full of knotty guitar work, weird, witchy vocals and sharp melodic left-turns. Just when you think you’ve got them pinned down, they change shape: “Captain Howdy” opens as a blank-eyed, spell-book incantation before heaving suddenly into a proggy chorus; “Cosmic Queen” is roller-disco glam-rock in which Ariel Hartley tries out about 17 different vocal approaches, from Satanic sneer to punk-rock hiccup; and “Star in the Sky” dabbles in deranged sci-fi psychedelia before dishing out an avalanche of 400-ton Black Sabbath riffs. Everything is heavily distorted and utterly deranged (the last half of “Star in the Sky” sounds like a tripped-out take on the Fat Albert theme, except with a flute). Pearl Earl is a weird, indescribable, genre-gobbling record, a black-light Magic Eye poster that keeps revealing new images the longer you stare at it.” —J. Edward Keyes, Bandcamp Daily
Show More
Genres:
Progressive Rock, Neopsychedelic, Neopsychedelic Rock, Psych Pop, Psych Punk, Neopsychedelia, Psychedelic Pop, Psychedelic Rock
Band Members:
Leeza V, Stefanie Lazcano, Ariel Hartley, Teddy Waggy, Chelsey Danielle, Bailey K Chapman
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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