Yellow Claw Enlisted For Yostar’s Arknights Anime Video Game Soundtrack With ‘After It All’

Dutch electronic Icons, Yellow Claw surprised their fans today with a brand new track ‘After It All’ as part of a new game soundtrack for Arknights. It follows shortly after the release of their album “Never Dies” which saw them collaborate with the likes of Offset, Fatman Scoop, Gammer, Tinashe and Era Istrefie.

On the new release, the super duo was enlisted by Chinese video Game producer Yostar to produce an original soundtrack for the latest update of their Arknights mobile game called ‘Heart Of Surging Flame’, they join previous producers such as Bear Grillz and QUIX to create original sounds for the game. The resulting production sees Yellow Claw blending both their unique pop sensibilities and silky echoey vocals with their signatures bass-heavy drops, the track and Yellow Claw feature in the game during a special digital festival which players can experience.

‘Arknights’ is an RPG meets strategy game which is heavily themed with anime characteristics and it is voiced by several famous Japanese voice actors and actresses. In the game, players take on the role of a pharmaceutical company that serves to fight a deadly infection in the operating room and the subsequent chaos that the infection leaves in its wake. As a player, you’ll help the leader Amiya to recruit special Operators, train them, then deploy them across various operations to protect the innocent and resist those who would thrust the world into turmoil.

Take a listen to “After It All” below on Spotify & YouTube and check out Arknights on your app store to experience the track in the game!




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