Watch Japanese Breakfast Sing “Glider” At Summer Game Fest #MusicMonday #Gaming
Indie game meets indie musician. Japanese Breakfast wrote the soundtrack for the upcoming game Glider and performed a song during Summer Game Fest last Thursday. Via Stereogum:
Michelle Zauner has been busy. She just released her best-selling memoir Crying In H Mart and the great new Japanese Breakfast album Jubilee, and she also recorded the soundtrack to the upcoming open-world exploration game Sable. The game isn’t out until September, but she released a song from it, “Glider,” way back in 2019. And today, Zauner sang “Glider” live during an appearance on the Summer Game Fest livestream. Watch her performance below.
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