Top definition. A Flock of Seagulls. Correctly, it should only apply to those sporting a do as shown by the original band. This phrase was popularised by a use in Pulp Fiction. Aug 11 Word of the Day.
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A Flock of Seagulls are an English new wave and synth-pop band originally formed in in Liverpool by Michael "Mike" Score lead vocals, keyboards , his brother Alister "Ali" James Score drums , and Francis Lee "Frank" Maudsley bass , with their most famous line-up consisting of the Score brothers, Maudsley, and lead guitarist Paul Reynolds. A Flock of Seagulls were one of the most influential bands of the s, mainly for their unique musical style due to the guitar work of Reynolds. The group also helped define much of what today is dance music , contemporary pop and electronic music. A " In the members of the original lineup came together to record a new album with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra entitled Ascension. The band added Willie Woo on guitar; and then brought in Mark Edmondson to replace Ali on drums when the Score brothers had a falling-out. After practising above Score's hair salon,  the band started playing clubs and eventually got a recording contract.