"I didn't want to set a particular myth, but I wanted a mythic flavour, and I knew for that I needed a poet."To find one, MacRae resorted to a technique common among composers unfamiliar with the literary scene: he dipped into poetry books in his local bookshop. There he discovered Simon Armitage, the earthy, streetwise chronicler of Northern urban life.
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