If, like many who found themselves consumed by Red Dead Redemption 2 last year, you miss the musty twang of a mournful guitar (and other, more energetic instruments) floating across the southwestern plains, Rockstar has a treat for you; the original score from its celebrated open-world cowboy opus is now available "on all major digital music platforms".
To clarify, this is a different offering to Rockstar's other Red Dead Redemption collection, The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Soundtrack, which released in July and features songs from the likes of Riannon Giddens, Willie Nelson, and, most prominently, Daniel Lanois.
Instead, the new Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Score collates the wonderfully evocative instrumental compositions of long-time Rockstar collaborator Woody Jackson.
Rockstar's The Music of Red Dead Redemption 2: Original Score is available on Amazon Music, Apple Music, and Spotify Premium, and can be listened to as part of Spotify's free service too. And if you'd just rather buy it, you can do so for around £7.99.