Beth Orton is an English singer-songwriter born on 14 December 1970 in East Dereham, Norfolk. She gained recognition for her collaborations with The Chemical Brothers and William Orbit.
With a career spanning over two decades, Beth Orton has established herself as a prominent figure in the music industry. Her unique blend of folk, electronica, and pop influences has captivated audiences worldwide.
Orton's collaborations with The Chemical Brothers on tracks like "Where Do I Begin" and "Alive Alone" showcased her distinctive vocals and experimental sound. Her partnership with producer William Orbit resulted in critically acclaimed albums such as "Central Reservation" and "Daybreaker."