Posted on May 29 2023 by David Lasby
The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom released May 12 after 6 long years of waiting; to celebrate the release of the much-anticipated game, musician Lucas Cooper released his brand new album of video game cover music, Zelda—After The Storm. The album is Cooper’s second major Zelda-focused release, and you can listen to the entire album here.
Whether you’re driving in the car (wishing you were playing Tears of the Kingdom) or exploring the vast regions of the game and longing for some of that nostalgic Zelda music to serenade you as you move about Hyrule, Cooper’s new music is a great choice to accompany you. Cooper selects a variety of tracks across the mainline Zelda games, including songs from Ocarina of Time, Twilight Princess, A Link Between Worlds, Breath of the Wild, Wind Waker, and Majora’s Mask.
My personal favorite is “Fishing Hole” from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, a song often overlooked for covers, and one I’ve probably listened to way more than I should have! (Please Nintendo, LET US FISH AGAIN).
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