Ship to Shore publishes aerial combat title Jet Lancer vinyl soundtrack

Jerry on 2021-03-24
Brooklyn-based Ship to Shore published the Jet Lancer vinyl soundtrack, available for shipping through distributors Light in the Attic in Seattle, PixelCrib in Melbourne, Australia and disk union in Japan.

Music for Code Wakers' high-velocity aerial combat title is by Missouri-based audio duo Zach Fendelman and Patrick Crecelius of Fat Bard. The 14-track digital soundtrack is available for purchase through Bandcamp, in addition to streaming on YouTube and Spotify, courtesy of the composers.

Jet Lancer, the debut game by Vladimir Feduyshkin and Nicolai Danielsen, is available for Nintendo Switch, as well as Windows through Steam and GOG.

From the product page:
Jet Lancer is a high-velocity aerial combat shooter where you duel enemy aviators, hunt giant robots, and defy death at supersonic speeds. You are Ash Leguinn: badass pilot, highly paid mercenary, and flight-school drop out. Your day job is fine - the daily grind of dealing with Sky Pirates pays the bills - but nothing compares to the rush of demolishing a ninety-ton mechanical monstrosity at the speed of sound. And you’ll have your chance.
PixelCrib - Jet Lancer (Original Soundtrack) by Fat Bard

Light in the Attic - Jet Lancer (Original Soundtrack) by Fat Bard

disk union - 『JET LANCER』のサウンドトラック

Ship to Shore - (OUT OF STOCK)