First-person bullet hell Luna Abyss shares behind the scenes for its soundtrack

Luna Abyss

Luna Abyss brings a deep and heavy atmosphere with its soundtrack featuring the London Voices choir.

The game will also produce its soundtrack on Vinyl, in a partnership between Bonsai Collective, Lost In Cult, and Black Screen Records. You can register your interest for the soundtrack here.

Luna Abyss has no release date, and will be available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and Microsoft Windows (through Steam).

You can view the announcement and video below:

Bonsai Collective has today lifted the lid on a brand new “Behind the Scenes” showcase detailing the soundtrack behind forthcoming narrative-driven first-person action-adventure Luna Abyss.

The fresh video spot gives both a detailed look at the recording process directly from Air Studios, London – featuring the London Voices choir – and an effusive interview with Luna Abyss composer David Housden, who talks through both his process and his relationship with the development team.

“I was sent some of the art director’s work very early on, and I could hear notes forming in my head just from looking at some of the environments he’d created,” says Housden in the video. “An equal inspiration for me is also the creative relationship that I have with [Creative Director] Benni Hill on the project. His way with words and the stories he creates inspire something profound in me creatively that the music kind of writes itself – it’s a very rare kind of thing to have.”

The video has been produced for online music festival Save & Sound. The nonprofit event – which runs on Steam between September 11th and September 14th – features exclusive content, including demos, discounts and original content from almost 200 games.



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