Aesop Rock ‎– Music From The Game Freedom Finger (Colored)

Aesop Rock ‎– Music From The Game Freedom Finger (Colored)

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  • Condition New
  • SKU RSE308
  • Label Rhymesayers Entertainment
  • Style Hip Hop, Underground Hip Hop, Rap
  • Format 10''
  • Weight 100gr
Track List:
A1 Play Dead
A3 Drums On The Wheel
B1 Play Dead (Instrumental)
B2 KOWP (Instrumental)
B3 Drums On The Wheel (Instrumental)
- Bonus Beats
B4 Rat Skull
B5 Snowmobile
B6 Twice Fried
B7 Frozen Caveman
Clear vinyl with orange splashes
Aesop Rock has released a ten track EP of music composed for the video game Freedom Finger. Music From The Game Freedom Finger is available now on all streaming platforms and digital retailers, alongside a just-launched pre-order for limited edition 10” vinyl.

“I was approached by my old friend Travis Millard to make some original music for Freedom Finger - a crazy space-shooter video game he had been developing with Jim Dirschberger and Wide Right Interactive game studio,” states Aesop. “I provided some instrumentals that pop up at various points throughout the gameplay. As the game was being rolled out, the idea arose to have me do three more tracks - this time fully fleshed out songs with lyrics inspired by Freedom Finger’s gameplay. These tracks were intended to accompany some brand new levels that would be made available as downloadable content for the game.”

“We’ve decided to release all of the music I made for Freedom Finger as a 10” vinyl EP available through Rhymesayers Entertainment. This includes the three full-length vocal tracks as well as their instrumentals, and four more bonus beats that loop throughout the game. Some of these tracks also feature additional instrumentation from my friends and frequent collaborators, Grimace Federation. The game is an absolute blast, and I hope you enjoy the music. <3"

The release is accompanied by a Jim Dirschberger-directed video for the song “Drums on the Wheel” that features visuals of Freedom Finger gameplay as well as exclusive visuals drawn by Travis Millard and animated by Steven Gong.