After years of work, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine–a narrative game set in a dark folktale version of America in the Great Depression–is finally out on steam!
Which means the soundtrack I’ve been waiting to share with everyone is finally available! You can grab it on Bandcamp right now; 30 tracks and well over an hour of music, featuring folk, bluegrass, country, big band jazz, and more, and enlisting the talents of performers from all over the country.
I’m incredibly proud of this album, and of all the hard work everyone put into it. This thing wouldn’t be what it is without the input and artistry of the performers who played on it. I want to give a special shout out to Joshua Du Chene, who not only plays guitar and/or sings on almost every track on the album, but took care of mastering everything, and was in general a huge source of creative input and inspiration.
Me, the musicians I worked with, and everyone at Dim Bulb Games, Serenity Forge, and Good Shepherd Entertainment poured everything we had into this game. If you check it out, I hope you enjoy playing (and listening) to it.