News: Morcheeba Announce 2024 Australian Tour


Morcheeba are returning to Australia for a national tour in March 2024. Last in the country in 2022, SKYE and Ross Godfrey will return down under taking in Perth, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. Alongside their tour dates, Morcheeba will be playing the World of Arts, Music and Dance (WOMAD) festival in Adelaide and New Plymouth, New Zealand.

“We’re thrilled to be returning to Australia and New Zealand in 2024 and performing in Perth. Brisbane and cities we haven’t played in years. It’s one of our favourite parts of the world to tour and we can’t wait to return.”


Known for classics like ‘The Sea’ and ‘Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day’, Morcheeba are renowned for their refined balance of influences including hip hop, soul, rock and electronica. Their most recent album, ‘Blackest Blue’, saw the band delve deep into their genre-mashing origins, boldly pushing forward with stories sourced from their own personal struggles.

The band formed in the mid-1990s in England. The group originally consisted of the Godfrey brothers, Paul and Ross, and vocalist Skye Edwards, whose smooth and soulful voice became a hallmark of their sound. Their music is known for its laid-back vibe. Over the years, Morcheeba has seen changes in its lineup, despite this, the band has maintained a loyal fanbase and continued to release albums and tour, showcasing their ability to evolve while staying true to their core sound.



Thursday 7 March Metro City Perth | Boorloo, Nyoongar Country

Saturday 9 March Forum Melbourne | Naarm, Wurundjeri Country

Monday 11 March WOMADelaide Adelaide | Tarndanya, Kaurna Country

Thursday 14 March Enmore Theatre Sydney | Warrane, Gadigal Country

Friday 15 March The Tivoli Brisbane | Meanjin, Turrbal and Jagera Country

Sunday 17 March WOMAD Festival New Plymouth, New Zealand


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