“Unstill Life” was the first studio album from Anne Clark in 1991 after an enforced four-year break as a result of full-on war with the music industry. An album of withdrawal, introspection, resolution and life-affirming creativity. All genres, all life represented. Very few artists have covered such a wide spectrum over such a long and consistent career. Combining literary, socially engaged texts with innovative and genre-breaking soundscapes, for nearly 40 years Anne Clark has held a unique place in both literature and music. Always looking for new ways of expression and communication through the emotion of music’s abstraction and use of direct language, Anne seeks to not only challenge herself but her audience also.