Blake's 1998 self-titled debut album was very successful in the United Kingdom and won critical praise. His first single, "The Hunchback Of San Francisco", came from this album. His second release, Still Life, contained contributions from Steve Jansen, while his third album, California, was co-produced with Italian composer Marco Sabiu and featured Dickon Hinchliffe of Tindersticks.
Blake's musical influences include Leonard Cohen, David Sylvian, Scott Walker, and Nick Drake. He has collaborated with Françoise Hardy and wrote 2 songs for her award winning Tant de belles choses album. He's also worked with French electronic star Émilie Simon.
In June 2014, Blake released an electronic pop album, Modern Love under the name Electro Sensitive Behaviour, with longtime collaborators Glenn Garrett and Graham Murphy, whom he has worked with since his first album in 1998.
Perry is now signed to and managed by London based label Moochin' About... With new material to be released in October 2017 .
- Perry Blake (1998) (Polydor)
- Still Life (1999) (Naive)
- California (2002) (Naive)
- Songs for Someone (2004) (Naive)
- The Crying Room (2006) (Blu Orchard/Warner France)
- Canyon Songs (2007) (Reekus)
- Broken Statues (Live at Cirque Royal, Nuits Botanique, Brussels on September 29th, 2000) (2001) (Naive)
- Presque rien (2000) (Naive)
- Modern Love (2014) (Orchard-Lily, iTunes release) as Electro Sensitive Behaviour
- iTunes Perry Blake Biography https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/perry-blake/id41417526, retrieved 2011-03-27
- Wilson, MacKenzie "California Review", Allmusic, retrieved 2010-01-22
- "Perry Blake - California", RTÉ, retrieved 2010-01-22
- Hayes, Kelvin "Perry Blake Biography", Allmusic, retrieved 2010-01-22
- "Perry Blake to play Dublin concert", RTÉ, 25 November 2004, retrieved 2010-01-22
- Official website
- Perry Blake on Facebook
- Perry Blake on IMDb
- Concert Photos (The Black Sessions) by Laurent Orseau
- Perry Blake at AKA Music
- Perry Blake on iTunes
- Artist page on Reekus Records website
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