I spent most of 2015 writing a big orchestral piece. It's around 17 minutes long, and was a big step forwards for me.
Every building in London is raised from the guts of its predecessor. Demolition collapses buildings into their roots, leaving behind a gap; a memory of something, and a space for something. I came home to London in 2013. This piece is about that, and what it feels like to try and grow in this city. It's also about all kinds of other nooks and crannies: The Crossbones Graveyard, the Heygate Estate, the new cars that dot the road I grew up on, the sourceless white noise that wraps around the buildings.
You can find the full score and a MIDI realisation below.