65daysofstatic release and stream soundtrack to No Man’s Sky

On August 9, Hello Games will release their procedurally-generated open-universe space simulation title No Man’s Sky for PlayStation 4 and PC. The game features an experimental electronic/rock soundtrack by British band 65daysofstatic, as well as procedurally generated ambient music composed by Paul Weir.

65daysofstatic in collaboration with Laced Records have released the soundtrack for No Man’s Sky today. The album features ten original works, called No Man’s Sky: Music for an Interactive Universe, that provide a rich explorative sonic experience inspired by the game. Exclusive to this release is also a collection of six soundscapes and sound design.

The album can be purchased through Laced Records in multiple forms, including a digital download, a double CD album, and a to-be-released four LP vinyl. The core ten-track album can also be streamed in full through the YouTube video above as of today.

Posted on August 5, 2016 by Chris Greening. Last modified on August 5, 2016.

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