Collection: Eurythmics

Eurythmics was a British musical duo comprising of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart. Established in 1980, the duo accomplished significant success in the 1980s with their innovative blend of new wave, synth-pop, and rock music. Annie Lennox provided lead vocals and was known for her powerful and soulful voice, while Dave Stewart played various instruments and contributed as a songwriter and producer. One of their most iconic hits is "Sweet Dreams," released in 1983. The song's unique synthesizer riff and Lennox's haunting vocals helped propel it to international stardom. The accompanying music video, featuring Lennox's genderless appearance and avant-garde visuals, further solidified the duo's image. The Eurythmics experimented with different musical styles, incorporating elements of R&B, rock, and electronic music into their work.

Their socially conscious lyrics and Lennox's distinctive image contributed to their cultural impact. Annie Lennox became a fashion icon and a prominent figure in the music industry.