London-based trio Morcheeba are set to play an intimate show at Shepherds Bush Empire on Friday 28th November.

The group plan to perform a greatest hits style show with tracks from across their career including The Sea, Otherwise, Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day, Undress Me Now, World Looking In and Blindfold.

“I absolutely love playing in London and I’m excited to be back at Shepherds Bush,’ said singer Skye Edwards. “We’ll be performing some of our classic songs as well as few that we’ve not played for many years, in a plugged and unplugged setting, which will bring an intimate vibe to the show.”

Tickets for the Shepherds Bush gig cost £25 and are available from


Skye Edwards and the brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey found recognition almost immediately with the blissful sounds of the Trigger Hippie EP in 1995 and their laid-back trip-hop styled debut album Who Can You Trust? soon had them in the critic’s good books.

Soon after the mainstream beckoned when the group made a shift towards a much poppier sound for second album Big Calm in 1998. The Sea was, of course, a highlight – supposedly conceived in five minutes while drunk at Christmas.