Morcheeba look back: ‘A lot of the early days were a complete blur – weed was a big part of it’

Ross Godfrey and Skye Edwards of the 90s electronic band recreate an old photograph – and look back at their ‘Spinal Tap’ breakup

Morcheeba’s signature rich, mellow music became the soundtrack of the suburban homes and chillout rooms of the late 90s and early 00s. The trio – Kent brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey and Londoner Skye Edwards – formed in 1994 and went on to make some of the most definitive records of the era, including trip-hop infused Who Can You Trust?; Big Calm, with its breakout hit The Sea; and Fragments of Freedom. Now touring as a duo, Skye and Ross are releasing Blackest Blue: The Remixes next week.

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