The colorful pop group Tone of voice from the Beehive was led by sisters Tracey Bryn and Melissa Brooke Belland, California natives whose dad Bruce Belland was an associate from the chart-topping 1950s vocal group the 4 Preps. Following a showbiz years as a child which included jobs in several television advertisements, elder sister Tracey ultimately relocated to London; Melissa afterwards joined her abroad, where they truly became regular hangers-on within the United kingdom rock picture. After showing up on Costs Drummond’s 1987 single LP THE PERSON, they formed Tone of voice from the Beehive, acquiring the name from a Bette Davis film. Adding guitarist Mike Jones in addition to Madness alumni Tag Bedford on bass and Daniel Woodgate on drums, the music group recorded its preliminary demos, launching their initial singles “Only a Town,” “I State Nothing at all” and “I Walk the planet earth” and getting favorable evaluations to Blondie as well as the Bangles. After Bedford exited to create Butterfield 8, Tone of voice from the Beehive recruited Martin Brett to record their debut ALLOW IT Bee, which have scored U.K. strikes with “Don’t Contact Me Baby” and “THE PERSON within the Moon.” 1991’s Honey Lingers also demonstrated effective, notching the strikes “Monsters and Angels,” “I BELIEVE I REALLY LIKE You” and “Ideal Place.” An extended hiatus followed, nevertheless, as the music group begun to fragment; shortly, just the Belland sisters continued to be, and Voice from the Beehive was lowered by its label. Following a group of personal traumas, they came back to California to begin with writing new materials, resurfacing in 1996 using the cathartic Sex & Misery (first title: Disastrous Interactions, Disillusionment, Melancholy & Loss of life). The album’s 1st solitary, “Scary Kisses,” gained Voice from the Beehive their biggest American strike to date.