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Listen to Vocalist Emi Evans Sing on My Brother Rabbit OST

September 28, 2018 | | 1 Comment Share thison Facebook Listen to Vocalist Emi Evans Sing on My Brother Rabbit OSTon Twitter

Vocalist Emi Evans has been spreading her talents since her work on Dark Souls and Nier:Automata. She’s provided her vox for the soundtrack to the puzzle adventure game My Brother Rabbit that was released September 21st. Composed by Polish musician Arkadiusz Reikowski, My Brother Rabbit tells the tale of young siblings invoking a fantastic universe filled with bizarre objects and wonderful creatures to deal with the harsh realities befalling them in real life (and the game’s whimsical cover looks like something released by The Birthday Massacre).

“Because there are no voiceovers in the game, we knew from the very beginning of the project that the audio and music is going to be of the utmost importance, practically a separate layer of the game world. One of the greatest highlights of the score is the performance of a very famous singer, and my friend, Emi Evans.” – Arkadiusz Reikowski, Composer

“When I read the story about My Brother Rabbit it really connected with me. I spent lots of my childhood making up imaginary games, and the piece composed by Arkadiusz is really haunting, but also simple in the most wonderful way possible.” –  Emi Evans, Vocalist

Last month, Arkadiusz traveled to London to meet Emi and recap the project that was captured in the documentary, which you can watch on Youtube.

My Brother Rabbit is available now on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The song “Dreams”, which features Evan’s vocals, is available for free on Bandcamp, Soundcloud and Youtube, soon on Spotify and iTunes



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