Morcheeba ("Mor" meaning "middle of the road" and "cheeba", taken from the slang term for marijuana) are a British band that mixes influences from trip hop, rock, rhythm and blues and pop. Their most popular albums include debut Who Can You Trust? and Big Calm. They achieved huge international pop crossover success with the single "Rome Wasn't Built in a Day" in 2000, even though it was reviewed harshly by some music critics for having, what they believed, mediocre lyrics. The group released their latest sixth studio album Dive Deep in February 2008.
Sometime in the mid-1990s, the Godfrey brothers (DJ Paul Godfrey and multi-instrumentalist Ross Godfrey) recruited Skye Edwards as vocalist during a chance meeting at a party in which both brothers were introduced to Skye. This led to formation of Morcheeba. Five albums later (2003), Edwards was asked to leave the band by the Godfrey Brothers as the individuals were beginning to go in separate directions musically, as the brothers wanted to try different things and had different musical ambitions.