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Paint a Rumo

EURYTHMIC’S SLEEVE ARTISTRY
As possessor of pop’s most famous shock of peroxide orange hair, give or take Bowie-as-Ziggy, Annie’s 80s style remains iconic and highly influential today

PEOPLE FOUND IT HARD TO PIGEONHOLE US, BECAUSE WE WERE ALWAYS CHANGING. WE WERE BORED, USUALLY. Annie Lennox

THE DYNAMIC DUO

With The Tourists handing in their passports and calling it a day in late 1980, Annie and Dave decided to go it alone with a new ‘electro soul’ direction. Their debut album In The Garden failed to chart, despite the appearance of krautrock legends Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit as well as producer Conny Plank, who had previously worked with Kraftwerk among many others. You can thank Barclays bank for them making it through those tough early years…

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