With all of this crazy news about No Man’s Sky being involved in legal battles, it’s creator getting death threats, and delays, it’s nice that there is something good to report, like an epic soundtrack that will be going on tour!
65daysofstatic, an amazing instrumental band from Sheffield, has been in charge of the soundtrack of No Man’s Sky, and despite all of the other drama and set backs the game itself has suffered, the music is causing many fans of both the game and band to rejoice. 2 months ago, we got a small taste of what to expect from the band when they released Supermoon, and we got yet another preview on the 24th when the band also released Red Parallax to their Soundcloud account. Both songs give you a bit of insight into the tone of the game, from both a hectic and peaceful side of the science-fiction spectrum.
But, starting in October, you can listen to the soundtrack live in cities all across Europe as 65daysofstatic goes on the No Man’s Sky Tour 2016. And if you don’t see a city listed near you, have no fear. More stops will be added to the list, this is only part one of the tour. If you did see a show you want to attend, you can purchase tickets starting on June 29th at 10am BST, and with how anticipated this game is, you may want to get your tickets as soon as you can.
It’s not often that video game soundtracks get this kind of attention, especially considering that the game hasn’t even hit shelves yet and won’t be available for another month and some odd days. But from what I’m hearing so far, this could be a really awesome show to go see. And if you aren’t able to attend, the full soundtrack will be released on August 10th in the US, 11th in Europe, and 12th in the UK (don’t ask me why the different dates, I’m just the messenger). You can order digital, CD, and Vinyl copies of the soundtrack via Laced. Now I’m gunna go listen to Supermoon on repeat.
Excited for No Man’s Sky and the upcoming Soundtrack? Let us know why in the comments below or on Facebook and Twitter!