|Born||18 May 1974|
|Associated acts||Camera Obscura, Danny Coughlan|
Born in Glasgow, Campbell founded Camera Obscura alongside John Henderson and Gavin Dunbar in 1996.
Camera Obscura released numerous albums such as Biggest Bluest Hi Fi, Let's Get Out of This Country and, one of their most successful albums, My Maudlin Career. Campbell and her band have worked beside some of indie music’s biggest names such as Tucker Martine, Stuart Murdoch, and Peter Bjorn and John.
Campbell spoke of the loss she felt after bandmate and friend Carey Lander died in 2015. In an interview with The Guardian, Campbell said “We were all robbed of Carey.” Campbell also wrote Lander’s obituary for The Guardian newspaper.
- Campbell, Tracyanne. "Carey Lander remembered by Tracyanne Campbell". www.theguardian.com. The Guardian. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
- Coleman, Oli. "Indie singer Tracyanne Campbell secretly weds". www.pagesix.com. PageSix. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
- Jack, Malcolm. "Tracyanne & Danny: the indie duo turning grief into guitar pop". www.theguardian.com. The Guardian. Retrieved 4 September 2018.
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