Music video for “4:42 Still Free” directed by Yukio Takatsu.

Music label G4F Records and developer The Game Bakers have revealed some details on the soundtrack to the latter’s upcoming adventure role-playing game Haven.

The Haven soundtrack is composed by French electro producer Danger; it will essentially be Danger’s third album following 2017’s 太鼓 and 2019’s Origins.

It’s not the first time the musician and studio have worked together as Danger contributed several tracks to the soundtrack to 2016’s boss-based shoot ’em up Furi.

“After our first collaboration on Furi, we were extremely happy to work again with Danger for the full soundtrack of Haven,” said Haven creative director Emeric Thoa via a press release. “He rose to the challenge of creating a soundtrack that would leave players with long lasting memories of their time spent with Yu and Kay, our two lovers stranded on a deserted planet.”

The first single from the Haven soundtrack, titled “4:42 Still Free” is out now and can be purchased from Bandcamp (currently buyers can name their price) and streamed from YouTube (embedded below).

The music video for “4:42 Still Free” is an extended edit of the Haven opening sequence, directed by animator Yukio Takatsu (of Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny and Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3) with support from Japanese studio Yapiko Animation.

“While so far I’ve been more interested in exploring the nightmare zone in my music, the Haven soundtrack gave me the chance to explore other, brighter aspects of childhood,” Danger explained.

Additional information on the Haven soundtrack will be revealed closer to the game’s release later this year on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Windows.