You can enjoy the Elden Ring soundtrack wherever you are. FromSoftware has released the iconic score across popular streaming apps including Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube Music. The new 67-track album will fill your day with both relaxing and exhilarating tunes.
The full list of platforms where the Elden Ring soundtrack is available include:
- Youtube Music
- Amazon Music
- Apple Music
- iTunes Store
FromSoftware says production on the Elden Ring soundtrack started back in 2019 after the original debut trailer was revealed for the game. The studio wrote the music to reflect the refreshing approach to the game while also making it sound different from other scores in the past such as Dark Souls and Bloodborne.
Lead sound designer and composer Tsukasa Saito shared some words on the music and how they managed to produce the iconic sound with only text and concept art from the game at the time.
For much of production, the process starts with a brief provided by the director. The brief describes the mood and imagery desired for the piece, including information about a character’s background, or the location/situation envisioned for battle music. We refer to this text, concept designs and in-game screenshots, allowing us to expand on the original vision and build out the track. Once the track is finished, it’s submitted to the director for feedback. Through multiple retakes we can then take our ideas further, refining the composition and adjusting until its complete. We also recorded with a full orchestra and singers for Elden Ring’s score. The orchestrator and performers did an absolutely wonderful job.
The track, Song of Honor which plays at Redmane Castle before the fight with Radahn was actually sung by the members of the brass section of the orchestra. FromSoftware decided to go with these non-singers to represent mercenaries and soldiers singing during the Radahn Festival. Using a professional choir would not have the same effect. This song’s “warrior’s approach” came out perfectly. Listen to a snippet below.
This composition needed to represent the game in its entirety; it needed to express something different to our previous titles. We spent a long time obsessing over and fine-tuning the details and tonal qualities of this piece, and I think as a result we achieved something that embodies the themes of the game, and became a strong directional pillar for the rest of the music. I think we made a good piece for when players start up the game, stirring their motivation and excitement for heading out on their adventure to become Elden Lord.
You can download and stream the soundtrack here. Just pick your preferred music service and enjoy.
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