Bjork began playing traditional Icelandic folk songs at an early age and released her first album of folk standards when she was only 11. Over the next few years Bjork sang for a series of anarchist punk bands.In 1986 Bjork and fellow Kukl members Einer Orn and Siggi Baldurson formed the pop group the Sugarcubes. Joined by new members Thor Eldon, Magg Ornotfsdottir and Bragi Olafsson, the Sugarcubes released their full-length debut, Life's Too Good, in 1988, winning a cult following in the U.K. and U.S. In 1990 Bjork recorded an album of Icelandic jazz titled Gling Glo, but within a year she had become interested in dance music. As a result of Bjork's new fascination, the final Sugarcubes album, 1992's It's It. Bjork's solo debut album, 1993's aptly titled Debut, quickly became a club. Relocating to London, Bjork returned in 1995 with Post. In 2000, Bjork starred in the critically acclaimed film by Danish director Lars von Trier, Dancer In The Dark. Bjork's latest album is Vespertine.