Fans of the Bravely Default series can now legally stream the OST overseas via various music platorms, after an announcement by record label Pony Canyon today.
According to the Linked Horizon Twitter, the OST for Bravely Default : Flying Fairy as well as Bravely Default II will now be distributed by the Pony Canyon record label.
The soundtracks are now available via Spotify and Apple Music, with the artist name listed as Revo for those planning to search it up manually. Just like the games themselves these are hefty collections, with just the Flying Fairy OST being almost 50 tracks long.
While this is the first time Bravely Default II’s music will be available to stream, Flying Fairy’s soundtrack has been on Japanese platforms for a while now. However, as per Linked Horizon’s tweet, it appears as though Pony Canyon has made the decision to release it internationally, letting fans enjoy the excellent guitar riffs of one of the most unique RPGs on the 3DS.
It’s been a good week for fans of Japanese game music, since we previously reported that games like Revue Starlight and Guilty Gear had also made the jump to release more of their music for international audiences.
Linked Horizon is the band of the composer Revo, known for their theatric stage performances as well as signature guitar riffs. Anime fans might also be familiar with their work on the majority of the openings for Attack on Titan, as well as the first opening for Sailor Moon Crystal.