Sync Story: Inside the Britannia / Neil Davidge collaboration

Ben Homewood

Who better to soundtrack an historic battle between Druids, Celts and Romans than Massive Attack producer Neil Davidge?

The man who helped shape the all-encompassing atmospherics of records including Mezzanine and 100th Window had worked on 2015 film Monsters: Dark Content with Britannia co-creator James Richardson, and was a shoo-in for the job.

“Neil got it immediately,” Richardson tells Music Week. “I had wanted to make a film about the Romans in Britain, but found myself being drawn to the ...

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