Dangerkids frontmen Tyler Smyth and Andy Bane are featured on the new Sonic Forces OST, singing the theme song for Sonic The Hedgehog’s Infinite. This theme song is very fitting for Dangerkids as they love video games and the song’s sound is very Dangerkids. Dangerkids are currently out in support of their latest album Blacklist_, on tour with Galactic Empire. Check out the track below and Official trailer below. Make sure to share it with your friends and pick up Dangerkids latest album Blacklist_, and go see them on tour now. Tour Dates: www.wearedangerkids.com

Tyler Smyth stated: “I recently got the incredible opportunity to write the theme song for the new villain ‘Infinite’ with Andy BaneSEGA‘s music director Tomoya Ohtani, & the legendary Jun Senoue on the all new Sonic Forces, out this holiday season on Xbox one, PS4, & Nintendo switch! I also got to mix and master this track for the coolest company in the world. I just want to say that to have my music unveiled at San Diego Comic Con is unbelievable enough… but as a lifelong Sonic The Hedgehog fan, I can honestly say this is THE COOLEST THING EVER!!! I hope you enjoy my little addition to the greatest video game franchise of all time????” 

Raps by: Tyler Smyth (Dangerkids)
All vocals and lyrics by: Tyler Smyth and Andy Bane (Dangerkids)
Composed & Arranged by: Tomoya Ohtani
Guitars: Jun Senoue

 

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