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About Frou Frou

Multi-talented musicians Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth make up the trip-hop duo Frou Frou. Heap's elastic, resonant voice recalls Beth Orton, while Sigsworth's production finds the organic warmth in the machine -- no small feat. After years of supporting artists like Madonna and Bjork, Sigsworth can claim Frou Frou as his first individual effort, and the creative freedom pays off: their label debut, 2002's Details, is a gem of expansive electronic pop. The duo got a big boost when its song "Let Go" was featured on the soundtrack of the 2004 film Garden State.

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Listen toFrou Frouon Napster

Multi-talented musicians Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth make up the trip-hop duo Frou Frou. Heap's elastic, resonant voice recalls Beth Orton, while Sigsworth's production finds the organic warmth in the machine -- no small feat. After years of supporting artists like Madonna and Bjork, Sigsworth can claim Frou Frou as his first individual effort, and the creative freedom pays off: their label debut, 2002's Details, is a gem of expansive electronic pop. The duo got a big boost when its song "Let Go" was featured on the soundtrack of the 2004 film Garden State.

About Frou Frou

Multi-talented musicians Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth make up the trip-hop duo Frou Frou. Heap's elastic, resonant voice recalls Beth Orton, while Sigsworth's production finds the organic warmth in the machine -- no small feat. After years of supporting artists like Madonna and Bjork, Sigsworth can claim Frou Frou as his first individual effort, and the creative freedom pays off: their label debut, 2002's Details, is a gem of expansive electronic pop. The duo got a big boost when its song "Let Go" was featured on the soundtrack of the 2004 film Garden State.

About Frou Frou

Multi-talented musicians Imogen Heap and Guy Sigsworth make up the trip-hop duo Frou Frou. Heap's elastic, resonant voice recalls Beth Orton, while Sigsworth's production finds the organic warmth in the machine -- no small feat. After years of supporting artists like Madonna and Bjork, Sigsworth can claim Frou Frou as his first individual effort, and the creative freedom pays off: their label debut, 2002's Details, is a gem of expansive electronic pop. The duo got a big boost when its song "Let Go" was featured on the soundtrack of the 2004 film Garden State.