No Man’s Sky will be getting its long-awaited release this Summer, though you can already listen to a song from the game’s soundtrack. The song is called “Supermoon” and is by the band called 65daysofstatic.
The song is taken from the game’s double album soundtrack called Music for an Infinite Universe. You can listen to “Supermoon” by clicking on the Soundcloud link right here.
The band also posted on their website how the collaboration with developer Hello Games for the No Man’s Sky soundtrack came to be, saying “A couple of years ago we were approached by video-game makers Hello Games to provide some original music for a new game they were developing, then known as ‘project skyscraper’, now known as ‘No Man’s Sky’. A sort of hyper-real, solitary waltz through a parallel universe in search of oblivion or whatever else feels appropriate in the face of the indifference of eternity.”
They go on to say that “Right now, two years later, 65daysofstatic are working really hard with Hello Games’ best scientists and magicians to finish feeding enough raw music into the gaping mouth of the insane A.I. composer-in-the-machine to satisfy the tabula rasa that will conduct this vast symphony of noise, in time for the game’s release in June of this year.”
Music for an Infinite Universe will be available on June 17th, with the release of No Man’s Sky following shortly after on June 21st.
- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018