The film has been produced in assocation with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research
Massive Attack have released a short film detailing the efforts they've made, as a band, to reduce their carbon footprint.
The eight-minute film, which can be seen below, has been produced in co-operation with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research – the consultancy who've been guiding Massive Attack's environmental efforts – and Unit 3 films.
"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," said Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja, "so we opted to design that change ourselves."
Originally, the film was supposed to be shown at a special concert in Liverpool, but with coronavirus putting paid to that, it's been released for streaming instead.