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London will be hosting a live concert at the world famous Abbey Road Studios on September 7. All of the songs from the Final Fantasy XV soundtrack will be played, with performances by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and world famous composer Yoko Shimomura. The London Philharmonic will be playing the songs from the soundtrack as well as some unheard music not on the soundtrack. Shimomura, who also composed music for the Kingdom Hearts series and Street Fighter 2, will also be providing insight into the recording of the soundtrack as well as provide some commentary about the songs themselves.
Abbey Roads has hosted many artists and has been the home base for many studio albums. Artists who have performed or recorded there include The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Frank Ocean, Florence + The Machine, Radiohead, Oasis, Kanye West, Lady Gaga and Adele.
Not only has Abbey Roads been the hub for various recording artists, it’s also known for some movie scores. Movies who have scores created there include Raiders of The Lost Ark, The Lord of The Rings Trilogy, The King’s Speech and Skyfall.
Other video games that have recorded music there are Halo 5 and Call of Duty.
The concert can be viewed live on this video on Final Fantasy XV’s official YouTube channel:
The concert can also be viewed on the Square Enix Twitch channel, which you can find at https://www.twitch.tv/squareenix. The live streams start at 11:00 am Pacific Time on September 7. The concert is one hour long. If you are unable to watch the live stream, the concert will immediately be uploaded to YouTube after the concert so you can watch it then.
Final Fantasy XV is set to be released on November 29, 2016 for both the Xbox One and PS4. You can read about the lack of a season pass on the $270 Collector’s Edition here.