Cult of the Lamb is here and one of the first things you’ll notice is how good the music is. The chill flutes, soft pads, and bumping beats make this cute cult indie game very relaxing and charming. It somehow perfectly captures the eeriness of cults and the cuteness of the art style. Here is who made the music for Cult of the Lamb.
Who Made the Music for Cult of the Lamb?
The artist that created the music for Cult of the Lamb is named Narayana Johnson. He is from Northern Rivers, NSW, Australia and has been creating music in different projects for a while now. He is half of Willow Beats, which is a lofi, chill, electronic duo. He now performs as a solo act called River Boy. And the second you play any music created by Narayana Johnson, it is obvious that he has a distinct flavor—one that we love.
As you can hear from the trailer, Narayana Johnson’s musical palette works perfectly in Cult of the Lamb and will have you vibing while you create your own perfect little cult. Whether you are collecting all of the follower forms or farming devotion from your followers, the sonic atmosphere created by Narayana Johnson is mesmerizing.
Narayana Johnson also worked on Unicycle Giraffe, a previous game from Massive Monster, and we hope he continues to make music for video games with Massive Monster or elsewhere. What Cult of the Lamb is able to accomplish is only possible because of the music that accompanies it.
If you’re looking for more ways to appreciate this game, check out our Cult of the Lamb page. There, we have guides that can help you defeat bosses like Leshy or find out about the accessibility options.
Cult of the Lamb is available on August 11, 2022, on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, macOS, and PC.