Manners McDade's Tim Morrish has collaborated with Warner Music on a new Loyle Carner documentary from Levi's. In 2018/19, Levi’s and Loyle Carner partnered to establish a community music space in the heart of Anfield, in Liverpool. This is a long-term space that will provide access to music for young people and inspire the next generation.
Directed by Will Williamson, this documentary tells the full story of how the project unfolded as they prepared for their supporting headline slot as Sound City, and how one of the biggest and critically acclaimed artists mentored and inspired 13 young musicians.
In terms of the process, composer Tim Morrish states: “After speaking with the creative team it was clear my main task was to deliver a score that would add a slightly more emotional thread to the music of the film whilst simultaneously making sure its sound world worked in harmony with Loyle Carner’s Isle of Arran track that is featured throughout the film.”
Tim has scored films that have been in competition at Cannes Film Festival, BFI London Film Festival, BAFTA and The Annie Awards amongst others. He has also been part of the music department on large studio projects including the BAFTA nominated Darkest Hour and Paddington 2 as well as writing additional music on the TNT/Netflix series The Alienist and DC Universe film Aquaman. He has worked on the BBC series The Ruth Ellis Files, Leanne Welham’s debut feature film Pili (which won at the 2017 Dinard Film Festival), BAFTA nominated The Alan Dimension and London Film Critics award winning Sweet Maddie Stone as well as winning best music for his score for The Reunion at the Global Music Awards.
Tim is a co-founder of Audium Post
(established in 2016), an award-winning sound and post-production music company alongside Jessica Jones
and Tom Jenkins
. Audium Post has worked on music and sound design for brands such as Nikon, Reebok, Bose, Mercedes, New Look and BMW.