British music group Morcheeb gave a concert in Moscow. The London team brought the Best Of program with them and delighted their fans with the best songs in the entire history of the band.
Before going on stage, Morcheeb singer Skye Edwards gave an exclusive interview for Marie Claire. She spoke about her visits to Russia and shared her thoughts on work and children.
This visit to Moscow is far from the first for Morcheeba. During its almost 20-year history, the team managed to visit different cities of Russia: Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Kazan, and in Moscow even perform on the stage of the Moscow Art Theater.
Morcheeb is a London based band formed in 1995 by brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey. The band plays calm lounge-style music with trip-hop and disco elements. An important part of Morcheeb's compositions is female vocals.
The first vocalist of the group was Sky Edwards, who left the group in 2003 and took up a solo career. The Godfrey brothers worked with other girls for several years, but in 2010 Morcheeb reunited in the gold lineup. At the moment, the group has 8 studio albums.
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