Llandrindod Wells prepares to welcome British music pioneers

UK music pioneers Morcheeba will perform in Powys next week as part of a two-legged tour of Wales

Their ‘Blackest Blue’ UK tour, a celebration of 25 years as a band, arrives at the Llandrindod Wells Pavilion next Thursday, August 25, with doors opening at 7pm.

Morcheeba released their critically acclaimed latest album “Blackest Blue” in May 2021, described as “bold, mercurial and thrilling” by Albumism. The album is a polished collection that merges the band’s previous incarnations and sound, such as downbeat, chill, electro-pop and soul, into one cohesive record that delves into the soul of the legacy. band music.


The band said they want to create an organic journey that represents everything great about Morcheeba.

Morcheeba’s global reach is impressive, taking them to every corner of the world. Their relaxing electronic/organic sound has crossed boundaries since the London-based duo became a household name.

The past year has been a soul-searching one for Skye Edwards and Ross Godfrey, as they took stock of their renewed global fan base by playing the few UK and European festivals that took place during the pandemic last year before their recent tour.

The band will come to Powys one night after a gig at Sin City, Swansea on August 24.

Tickets are on sale now and available at www.gigsandtours.com and www.morcheeba.uk.