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I am VERY FUCKING PROUD to announce that Sagey is producing the soundtrack for Sleepless Knights.

Here's the first track, Fighting Sleep.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjGDHEyYCR4&t=8s

Sagey releases incredible music on the regular by the way, so make sure to give them a listen!

soundcloud.com/whoissagey
twitter.com/sageysageysagey sageymusic.bandcamp.com
facebook.com/sageymusic

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Dude, so like when you initially posted this, I listened to the track accompanying it and thought it was very interesting. The music Sagey made for it was really original and just seemed like it fit the theme of what you're shooting for. Today, I finally got around to actually listening to Sagey's tunes and I really wish I would have sooner, cause that shit is fire. I think your ideas with his audio aid will he something truely unique and you should keep pushing with it, because I think you'll make something amazing man. <3

wow

I can think of when someone might be fighting sleep, when it's an emergency, when they are talking to a loved one for hours on a phone or texting them, or when someone wants to stay up as long as they can with a friend or loved one they are with.

Looks absolutely awesome! The song's dissonance makes it difficult to get into, but I love the chill foundation.

The YouTube link doesn't lead anywhere; it appears to not even be a complete link.

Either way, incredible stuff on the animation! Glad to hear the project is going well, and I listened to a few of Sagey's SC tracks and can tell that it's going to be a real treat!

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Fixed it!

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