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Listen to the first track from No Man Sky's companion album

You may now place 65daysofstatic's song on repeat for the next three months

Charlie Hall is Polygon’s tabletop editor. In 10-plus years as a journalist & photographer, he has covered simulation, strategy, and spacefaring games, as well as public policy.

It's no secret that Sean Murray, lead developer of No Man's Sky, is a big fan of the band 65daysofstatic. He invited them to the PlayStation Experience in 2014 for a special concert called An Evening Under No Man's Sky, and said he actually built the game to a playlist composed largely of their songs.

The two teams have been collaborating for some time, and the result is the upcoming album No Man's Sky: Music For An Infinite Universe. Just yesterday 65daysofstatic released the first sample track, called Supermoon.

No Man's Sky is scheduled to release on June 21, and the album will release on June 17. The two-hour, double album is available for preorder digitally and physically, on either CD or vinyl.

For the very latest on what we know about No Man's Sky, which will release simultaneously on Windows PC and PlayStation 4, see our hands on preview.

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