Sync story: Brassic/Joe Quarterman & Free Soul

Ben Homewood

Created by This Is England star Joe Gilgun and Shameless writer Danny Brocklehurst, Sky comedy Brassic tells the story of a group of mates who are forced to get creative to earn a living. Gilgun stars as Vinny, and says there were “no rules” when choosing the music.

“Stylistically, music was as important as the costume, make-up and locations. It was hard work, but anything that’s worth doing always is,” he says.

The six episode series uses a range of ...

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