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Proclaimers persevere.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 22, 2001
GenrePop rock, folk rock, jangle pop
ProducerChris Kimsey
The Proclaimers chronology
Hit the Highway
The Best of The Proclaimers
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Persevere is the fourth studio album by The Proclaimers, released in 2001 on their own label Persevere Records, as a comeback album after seven years of low profile. It was recorded in Minneapolis and produced by Chris Kimsey. The album's first single featured "There's a Touch", "A Land Fit for Zeros" and "They Really Do" (not included in the album).

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Craig and Charlie Reid.

  1. "There's a Touch"
  2. "Sweet Little Girls"
  3. "A Land Fit for Zeros"
  4. "How Many Times"
  5. "One Too Many"
  6. "That's When He Told Her"
  7. "Scotland's Story"
  8. "When You're in Love"
  9. "She Arouses Me So"
  10. "Everybody's a Victim"
  11. "Don't Give It to Me"
  12. "Heaven Right Now"
  13. "Slowburner"
  14. "Act of Remembrance"


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