The audio that we used to complement the footage was mainly provided by team mate and friend Chris Starkey. His approach was to create rough and ambient sound with the music, as opposed to definitive catchy tunes. This worked in cohesion with the gritty nature of the film to immerse the viewer in the dark and grungy story.
As all the audio was layered on after the rough video cut had been produced, it was easy to observe the nature of each shot, and compliment the footage with audio scene by scene. By doing so the audio was attached to the project to add depth, and to emphasize each scene individually. The end result was a relatively seamless progression of sound, that moved in time with, and complimented the video well.