Yacht Club Games and Scarlet Moon Records are pleased to present the eighth album in the Billboard-charting Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies series with PRESCRIPTION FOR SLEEP: SHOVEL KNIGHT. This volume has been crafted under the careful guidance of Yacht Club Games, featuring GENTLE LOVE’s unique brand of jazzy lullabies to sleep, relax, and study to. The album features 19 tracks from Shovel Knight and its expansions, including the highly-anticipated King of Cards, due out next month. GENTLE LOVE, which is comprised of Metal Gear Solid and Bayonetta series composer Norihiko Hibino on saxophone and Etrian Odyssey performer AYAKI on piano, also offers up an original theme inspired by the world of Shovel Knight titled “A New Dawn,” making for 20 tracks total. PRESCRIPTION FOR SLEEP: SHOVEL KNIGHT is available for pre-order starting today and will release this holiday season.

Fans will also want to get their hands on the limited edition CD including two discs of music, foil print on the cover, four character stickers, and a 20-page booklet with commentary, a performer interview, and comics illustrated by artist Maximo Vitaly Lorenzo. The CD version will be limited to just 1,000 copies.

PRESCRIPTION FOR SLEEP: SHOVEL KNIGHT will feature key themes from across the game and its expansions. The full track list is listed below:

01. Steel Thy Shovel
02. Strike the Earth!
03. High Above the Land
04. An Underlying Problem
05. No Weapons Here
06. Of Devious Machinations
07. The Donor’s Despair
08. The Requiem for Shield Knight
09. A Cool Reception
10. End of Days
11. The Fateful Return
12. The Alchemist’s Haven
13. Waltz for One
14. ALCHEMY
15. Magic Mirror
16. La Danse Macabre
17. Cruise Control
18. Troops, Form Up!
19. Some Blasted Hill
20. A New Dawn

Learn more about Prescription for Sleep: Game Music Lullabies at http://scarletmoon.com/sleep/

1 COMMENT

  1. As a fan of the series, I have beaten the game and trying to unlock all the achievements in the vanilla version before adding a lot of DLCs for it. Games like this really got me back into platforming titles since the days of Mega Man and Ducktales for the NES.

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