Next month, the highly anticipated Death Stranding will finally be released. Those who have pre-ordered the Special Edition, Collector’s Edition, or Digital Deluxe of the game are expecting a copy of the album Timefall (Original Music from the World of Death Stranding) in the bundle they receive. However, the exact contents of this album haven’t been completely known until now.
Electro-pop band CHVRCHES recently released a song called “Death Stranding,” one of many original songs that will appear on the album. Timefall (Original Music from the World of Death Stranding) will be comprised of songs by many different artists with genres all across the musical spectrum. According to a PlayStation Blog post, each artist wrote about some theme from Death Stranding, such as love, loss, or connection. The full tracklist for the album is below:
- “Trigger” by Major Lazer x Khalid
- “Ghost” by Au/Ra x Alan Walker
- “Death Stranding” by CHVRCHES
- “YELLOW BOX” by The Neighbourhood
- “Meanwhile…In Genova” by The S.L.P.
- “Ludens” by Bring Me the Horizon
- “Born in The Slumber” by Flora Cash
- “Sing to Me” by MISSIO
Those who pre-order the Special Edition, Collector’s Edition, or Digital Deluxe Edition of Death Stranding will receive a voucher for the Timefall (Original Music from the World of Death Stranding) album. If you haven’t pre-ordered yet, all three editions are still currently available for pre-order. For everyone else, the album will be released on November 8, alongside the game. It will be available on various music streaming services, and there will even be physical copies for purchase.
You can listen to CHVRCHES song “Death Stranding” below.
CHVRCHES – Death Stranding Out Now! https://smarturl.it/CHVRCHESDS DEATH STRANDING available for PlayStation®4 on November 8, 2019. http://www.PlayStation.com/deathstranding Be sure to Pre-Order The Official Timefall: Death Stranding Soundtrack here: https://smarturl.it/TimefallMusic VERSE 1 Let’s make a toast to the damned Waiting for tomorrow When we’re played out by the band Drowning out our sorrows What will become of us now, at the end of time?