Today, we’re taking a break from the blood, the gore, the dismemberment, and the general abundance of violence in videogames. Today, it’s all about adorable plants, loveable zombies, and what just might be the cutest piece of candy coated game music we’ve ever heard.
“Zombies on Your Lawn” was composed and performed by Laura Shigihara and appeared at the very end of Plants vs. Zombies with an excellent music video that perfectly captured the spirit of PopCap’s unique and addictive take on the tower defense genre.Shigihara’s soft, lilting voice lights up the room and will warm your heart with its delightful lyrics and melodies. If you like what you hear, visit Shigihara’s blog for more song samples and news about upcoming projects.
Game: Plants vs Zombies
Song: Zombies on Your Lawn
Artist: Laura Shigihara
Above: “Zombies on Your Lawn” performed by Laura Shigihara. George Fan, the creator of Plants vs. Zombies did the voices of the zombies in the background.
Above: You’ve probably already seen the music video. But have you seen it in Japanese? In this version, Shigihara’s father voices the Japanese zombies in the background
Above: Shigihara performing “Zombies on Your Lawn” live at a recent PopCap event in San Francisco
Above: Internet funnyman and super cool guy TotalHalibut documents the singing sunflower pet in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm
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