FFXIV Arrangement Albums Streaming

FFXIV Arrangement Albums Appear on Streaming Services

Three arrangement albums from Final Fantasy XIV are now available for listening on streaming services. The albums include iconic music from the game’s expansions up to Stormblood. Rock band The Primals and pianist Keiko star on the tracks. The FFXIV arrangement albums From Astral to UmbralDuality, and Journeys are all available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music.

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All three albums include two “discs,” each dedicated to classical piano and rock band arrangements of boss themes and area music. From Astral to Umbral primarily focuses on music from the base game. Duality focuses on music from the Heavensward expansion, while Journeys focuses on Stormblood.

The rock arrangements are performed by FFXIV rock outfit The Primals, of which composer Masayoshi Soken is a member. Keiko, the pianist behind much of the game’s piano compositions, performs the piano arrangements. She also held her own mini-concert during FFXIV Digital Fan Fest 2021 and performed with Masayoshi Soken.

Previously, Square Enix released physical CD and vinyl versions of the albums on its online store. However, this is the first time the songs will be available via streaming services. The latest arrangement album, Scions and Sinners, isn’t part of the streaming offering.

The FFXIV arrangement albums From Astral to UmbralDuality, and Journeys are all immediately available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon Music.


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