Neil Davidge is a record producer, songwriter and film score composer, born and living in Bristol UK.
After a successful stint in pop that he'd rather not talk about, Davidge co-produced Massive Attack’s ‘The Hunter Gets Captured by the Game’ in 1996, a song featuring Everything But The Girl vocalist Tracey Thorn, for the ‘Batman Forever’ soundtrack. Working in close collaboration with Massive’s Robert Del Naja (3D), Davidge was then invited to co-write and co-produce the sound of the band’s third album, 1998’s Q Award-winning ‘Mezzanine’, which included the huge hit ‘Teardrop’.
2012 saw the release of the Halo 4 Original Soundtrack, which Davidge composed, arranged and produced. Davidge’s critically-acclaimed soundtrack went on to set the official record as the highest-charting video game soundtrack ever, having reached #50 in the Billboard Chart, #10 in the Independent Album Billboard chart and #3 the National Soundtrack Chart.