Whilst I largely stick to supporting other musicians, I also dabble in music myself. Today I’m publically announcing my tribute to forest and temple themes from video game music. Titled ‘Forests and Temples Lost in Pixel’, this is a love letter to some of my favourite theme times in game music. Often a mixture of acoustic instruments, tribal themes, ambient sounds and cultural flair, I have a special place in my heart for so many game themes across the decades about these spaces – usually in RPGs. The album will feature 12 tracks and tackle a broad range of folksy tribal ambience. I’ve been releasing a track a month on Patreon all year and the full album will be released to the rest of the world in December.
The first single ‘Twilight Mossforest’ was inspired by a full moon but also by the movie Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms which has some beautiful forestry and temples. It also felt quite feminine and motherly so I wanted to express that in the piece too. Enjoy the track below. Pre-order information will be available on Bandcamp later this year and any Patreon supporter gets downloads for tracks released during their monthly pledge as standard.
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