Much like the Winter season, Undertale is a game about choosing between friendship and scrougey angst. Whichever side you fall on, this Winter is going to be filled with some peaceful Undertale tunes, as Scarlet Moon Records announced today a new Undertale lullaby album set to release Holiday 2016.
Prescription for Sleep: Undertale is a two-disc collection arranged and performed by GENTLE LOVE, a duo comprised of Metal Gear Solid composer Norihiko Hibino and Etrian Odyssey pianist AYAKI. Their saxophone-piano combo takes on 15 fan-favorite tracks that look to combine Undertale’s lovable themes with GENTLE LOVE’s signature therapeutic music techniques.
The licensed collection arrives Dec. 1, 2016, and if you’re looking to indulge, Scarlet Moon is releasing 1,000 limited edition physical copies featuring a 6-panel digipak with silver foil print, two discs of saxophone goodness, and a 20-page booklet including four exclusive comic strips and four stickers of the Undertale cast, both illustrated by artist Maximo Lorenzo. The digital version of the album also includes a digital booklet and commentary from the production team.
You can pre-order Prescription for Sleep: Undertale from Bandcamp starting today, which will unlock the Once Upon a Time, Enemy Approaching, and Heartache tracks early.
“Undertale’s themes of friendship, sacrifice, redemption, and of course, determination, are all beautiful attributes that play well into what Norihiko Hibino is trying to do with his unique brand of healing music,” said Scarlet Moon Records producer Jayson Napolitano. “Plus, Toby Fox’s score is so amazing and memorable, how could we not do an entire volume dedicated to it?”
This is the fifth release of GENTLE LOVE’s Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies series, with past records covering songs from Final Fantasy VII, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and even Duck Tales. You can check out the full collection over here.
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