Thee Heavenly Music Association was formed in 2001 after Helen Storer moved to Los Angeles. She started working with Dave Hillis, who originally recorded and engineered the project, later becoming an integral part of the band himself. Hillis is also a respected recording artist and had a recording contract with Island Records for his band Sybil Vane.
Musicians used for the heavily Psychedelic based album 'Shaping the Invisible' (2005) included bassist Bardi Martin from Candlebox and drummer Dave Krusen from Pearl Jam. The album featured a cover version of Running Up That Hill. No further releases followed.
- Thee Heavenly Music Association. Wikipedia, retrieved 26 August 2018