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The eight-minute short was made with the Tyndall Centre For Climate Change Research.



Massive Attack have collaborated with the Tyndall Centre For Climate Change Research, to create a new 8-minute short film about live music's impact on climate change.

The film was due to be premiered at a special concert in Liverpool this year but has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Introducing the film on social media, Massive Attack member, Robert Del Naja said; "As well as the havoc the pandemic reaps across our lives, there's also the opportunity within that enforced hiatus to reflect and to change. We came to the realization that our industry couldn't or wouldn't move fast enough for live music to play its part in rapid decarbonization, so we opted to design that change ourselves to put together the identities and circumstances to push for it and show that it's possible."

You can watch the film, which was produced by Unit 3 Films, in full above.


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