Perhaps one of the most enduring British vocalist/songwriters, Tracey Thorn began building music with Stern Bops and, more notably, Sea Women, a minimalist pop group that released a set of albums inspired by Little Marble Giants as well as the Raincoats. While Sea Girls were energetic, Thorn released A Distant Shoreline, a comparatively moody, if likewise skeletal solo record, on Cherry Crimson in 1982. Around that point, she fulfilled Ben Watt — who was simply also agreed upon to Cherry Crimson — and shaped a relationship as Everything However the Young lady. From 1984 through 1999, Thorn and Watt released ten albums that shifted from indie pop to slick sophisti-pop to downtempo membership music. Additionally, Thorn made an appearance on recordings by famous brands the Style Council, the Go-Betweens, and Substantial Attack. Soon after having twin daughters jointly, she and Watt place EBtG on glaciers, as Watt DJ’ed and controlled his Buzzin’ Soar label while Thorn remained home with the kids. They had another child, a young man, in 2001. After many years from music, Thorn started writing once again and documented her second single album, From the Woods, that was released in early 2007. Rather than dealing with Watt, she collaborated with several suppliers, including Ewan Pearson, Charles Webster, Cagedbaby, Sasse, and Martin Wheeler. A 12 months later on, Thorn and Watt wedded. Pearson came back as sole maker of Thorn’s 2010 work Love and its own Reverse, released in the U.K. by Watt’s Unusual Sense label. In 2012, Thorn released Tinsel and Lamps, a holiday recording featuring tunes by modern composers. A well-received memoir, Bedsit Disco Queen: COULD WAS RAISED and Tried to be always a Pop Celebrity, was released in 2013. Pursuing that, there have been a few low-key releases, like the two-song Molly Drake Tunes (documented with Watt for any BBC 4 documentary concerning the mom of Nick Drake) and “Beneath the Ivy” (a Kate Bush cover). Thorn was searched for by screenwriter and movie director Carol Morley to supply the soundtrack for The Falling, a episode that debuted in the BFI London Film Event in 2014. Before the film’s wider launch the following Apr, Thorn’s contribution — eight brief tunes — was released as Tunes from your Falling.