Sony and Kojima Productions set out to find artists in many different genres whose music evoked some of the key thematic elements in Death Stranding. Each artist on Timefall spent time with the team at Sony, interacting with the game’s story and vibe, coming up with their own unique takes on connection, love, loss, and rebirth. Today, you can hear the first of these, from renowned Scottish anthemic electro-pop group CHVRCHES. After spending time with Mr. Kojima at Kojima Productions in Tokyo, the band were inspired to write an original song. We’re thrilled to share it with you, the first of several hits to come.
Read more about the soundtrack here.
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Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie and the Banshees has composed a piece of original music to be featured on the season 3 finale episode of Hannibal.
With regard to the show’s imposing score, Bryan Fuller claimed “The music needed to be psychological, it couldn’t’ be melodic. It needed an insidious capacity to get under your skin.” Additionally, Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie and the Banshees has composed a piece for the series, most likely to be heard in the finale.
Siouxie and fellow Banshee Steven Severin reunited with Marc Almond at a season 3 premiere event for Hannibal in the UK back in June. it would appear that the seeds of Siouxsie‘s involvement with the show may have been born at this premiere event.
Former drummer with punk band Redd Kross, Brian Reitzell now composes the soundtrack for Hannibal with a scavenger’s instinct for the unusual and a horror fan’s feel for the frightening.
Brian also did the scores for The Virgin Suicides, Lost In Translation and Marie Antoinette.
This what Redd Kross sounds like:
Producers: Bridgitte Pugh & Ciarra Pardo
Editor: Douglas Crise
“Easy to Love” Performed by Percy Faith. Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Explore the mystery of the Ravenstag in this Hannibal homage featuring the original music of Halia Meguid.