Now Hear This: Morcheeba Returns

British trip-hop trio Morcheeba are pretty much the sole survivors of that era in the mid-to-late-90s when a lot of acts were composed of a female singer, two male programmers/producers, and a lot of smooth and soulful trip-hop grooves.
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British trip-hop trio Morcheeba are pretty much the sole survivors of that era in the mid-to-late-90s when a lot of acts were composed of a female singer, two male programmers/producers, and a lot of smooth and soulful trip-hop grooves.
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British trip-hop trio Morcheeba are pretty much the sole survivors of that era in the mid-to-late-90s when a lot of acts were composed of a female singer, two male programmers/producers, and a lot of smooth and soulful trip-hop grooves.

To their credit, they've somehow managed to move through the years and survive for almost two decades without changing their sound much and yet, still, what they do they do so well that they continue to impress after all this time. They switched up singers a while back, but minus a few poppy tweaks, they still make the same kind of music they always have.

The group has just released a new album, Head Up High, and this is the first single from it.

Here's Gimme Your Love.