MORE ‘CHEEBA!

The trio will play a one-off London date as a warm-up for their appearance at Glastonbury...

Morcheeba will make their first UK live appearance for two years on June 19 when they play London’s HANOVER GRAND.

The trio, who last played at the UK capital’s Royal Albert Hall in 1998, will be debuting material from their forthcoming new album ‘Fragments Of Freedom’. The record, set for a July 17 release through China/East West Records, is the follow-up to 1998’s million-seller ‘Big Calm’.

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The trio are also due to headline the Jazz/World stage at Glastonbury this year, kicking off June 23. They will also appear at the V2000 festival at Chelmsford and Staffordshire (August 19/20) and T in The Park (July 8).

A single, ‘Rome Wasn’t Built In A Day’, follows on July 3. A nationwide autumn tour is currently being scheduled.

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