Everything But The Girl
Tracey Thorn and Ben Watt are pioneers in the lite-jazz music scene, known as Everything But The Girl. They have been refining their jazz versus electronica sound since the early 1980s, releasing eight studio albums. Their collaboration with Massive Attack on "Protection" and their hit album "Amplified Heart" brought them wider recognition in 1994. Their smash hit "Missing," remixed by Todd Terry in 1995, remains popular today. Tracey's vocals were featured on club tracks by Deep Dish and others, taking their music in a more beat-oriented direction. In late 2001, they contributed to the DMC "Back To Mine" series.
In an exciting announcement for fans, Thorn and Watt revealed that they have reunited after 24 years apart and recorded a new album set for release in 2023. The duo got their name from a furniture store ad that advertised "everything but the girl" for bedroom needs.
Discover Everything But The Girl's unique blend of jazz and electronica that has captivated audiences for decades. From their early days as trailblazers to their recent reunion, this influential duo continues to make waves in the music industry.