I found this game and this soundtrack during one of the hardest periods of time in my life and it became home for me when I didn't feel like I had a physical one. Between Friends also reminds me very much of my best friend, and reminds me that our friendship stays close even when we aren't.
Favorite track: Between Friends.
Inspired by his work on the highly anticipated indie game The Gardens Between, Tim Shiel presents an album of rich ambient music that resonates with the game's core themes of time, memory and childhood.
Glowing Pains seamlessly weaves together elements from the game's otherworldly score with improvised contributions from many of Tim's closest musical friends from around the world, to create an album that is as gorgeous and as moving as the game that inspired it.
All music made by Tim Shiel with friends, in order of appearance:
Luke Howard: piano and drones on 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12
Wally de Backer: ondioline on 2, 4, 5, 7, 11
Biddy Connor: voice on 2, reverse viola on 9
Matt Ridgway: a bit of noise on 2, moog bass on 3
Eric J Dubowsky: voice on 1, 2
Andrew Phillips: synth on 3
Jacob Diamond: voice on 3
KAIAR: voice on 3
Eli Crews: Steiner EVI on 4, 5, 7
Liam McGorry: trumpet on 5
researcher: voice and production on 6
Leah Kardos: piano and synth on 7
mara: sounds and voice on 7
Rohan Long: upright bass and field recording on 9
Mid Hike: production on 10
Becki Whitton: reverse voice on 10
Lonelyspeck: voice and guitar on 12
Luke Howard appears by courtesy of Decca Music Group Limited.
Mastered by Lachlan Carrick.
Artwork by Stacy Gougoulis, inspired by characters and art from The Gardens Between, originally designed by Jonathan Swanson.
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This is music for walking into the depths of the woods and forgetting about the world beyond the trees.
Joyful, mysterious, and wistful, these tracks are a perfect soundtrack for a magical adventure. Other suitable times to play this album include: when you need background music for your D&D session; while you're staring out the window on a foggy day; during a lengthy study/work session and need focus music. Could Not Be Worse
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This is the second OST from Disasterpeace I've purchased, the first being Fez OST. Chiptune and ambient combined perfectly, like if Stars Of The Lid or BoC were charged with scoring an 8-bit game. GodIsChad