Will Gregory and Alison Goldfrapp formed Goldfrapp in 1999. Together they have released seven albums, scored a string of hits including 'Strict Machine', 'Ooh La La', 'Lovely Head' and 'A&E' and are renowned for their electrifying live shows. Their brand new studio album, their seventh, ‘Silver Eye’ was released in March 2017. The multi-platinum selling band have been nominated for the Mercury Prize, multiple Grammy Awards and won an Ivor Novello for 'Strict Machine'. Goldfrapp have also scored the soundtracks to the films 'My Summer of Love' and 'Nowhere Boy'. The band's 'Tales Of Us' film event was broadcast in cinemas around the globe surrounding the release of their 2013 album and they wrote the score for the National Theatre's production of Medea in 2015.
Outside of Goldfrapp, Will Gregory has performed with artists including Tears for Fears, Peter Gabriel, The Cure, Portishead and Tori Amos. His first opera Picard in Space premiered at the Queen Elizabeth Hall in 2011. In 2013 he was commissioned to produce a piece for orchestra and Moog, which was performed at the Roundhouse where his latest commission will also be performed in August 2014 by Joby Burgess (Powerplant) as part of ‘Imogen Heap’s Reverb’.
Alison Goldfrapp began her musical career performing with Dance Company Catherine Massin throughout the Netherlands during her early twenties. Afterwards, she attended Middlesex University where she studied Fine Art and started creating live performance pieces. Alison Goldfrapp then met Will Gregory and formed Goldfrapp, who subsequently signed to Mute Records and released their first album, Felt Mountain. Alison curated her own 'Performer As Curator' exhibit at the Lowry Museum in Salford. She is also an active photographer and photographed all the visuals for the band's latest album 'Silver Eye' herself, as well as directing Goldfrapp's videos for Everything Is Never Enough and Systemagic.