Comes in two colours, limited numbers.
Gameplay from Naughty Dog’s anticipated The Last of Us Part II was shown during the PlayStation showcase at this year’s E3, and now the studio has announced that it is working with Mondo in bringing the music from that demo out on vinyl.
Music from the E3 demo and a new song from the game’s score has been pressed onto 7″ vinyl, and a red variant is available to buy from the PlayStation Gear Store at E3 (while stocks last).
Those not in attendance can go to the Mondo website where a limited edition blue and black variant is available.
The vinyl comes in a sleeve with new, unreleased art and the tracklisting is as follows:
Side A. Crooked Still – “Little Sadie”
Side B. Gustavo Santaolalla – “The Last of Us (Cycles)”
Crooked Still is an American bluegrass quintet and the “Little Sadie” track is taken from their second album Shaken by a Low Sound.
The game’s soundtrack is scored by award-winning composer Gustavo Santaolalla who also composed the first The Last of Us game. Santaolalla kicked off the Sony showcase at E3 with a live solo performance which you can watch below (~6:01 if the timestamp doesn’t load).