Sea of Solitude
Sea of Solitude is an adventure video game developed by Jo-Mei Games and published by Electronic Arts for PS4 / XBox One/ Microsoft Windows. Guy Jackson is the composer for the game.
The Sea of Solitude Original Soundtrack is out now on Sony Classical.
Guy Jackson Music – composer
Guy Jackson is a composer who specialises in highly emotional, crafted, layered musical compositions, amalgamating acoustic and electronic sounds and encompassing both classical and ambient genres.
Great North Road Out now Guy Jackson has released a new single which features piano and hybrid orchestra. It was composed in reaction to delivering a treasured cargo up the A1 – the Great North Road. This single is a forerunner for the 2020 album release – Sad Sad...
Smooth synths and an underrated bassoon Guy Jackson is a musician composer with ties to film, television and games. As a Jo-mei’s resident composer and sound designer he has worked on several games, but none larger or more complex than their latest title Sea of...
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Sea of Solitude game is out now! Set off on a haunting journey across a world where monsters roam free and nothing is quite what it seems….
Sea of Solitude original soundtrack is out now on Sony Classical records.
Featuring 20 tracks that feature in the popular adventure game, composer Guy Jackson has developed the gameplay music to fully formed album tracks.
Guy Jackson comments: ” The Sea of Solitude game is founded on a strong creative vision and music was as integral part of that from the start. As Kay’s emotional journey grew, so did my response through the soundtrack.”