Lindsey Stirling: League of Legends ‘Wild Rift’ Music Review

Lindsey Stirling brings on her a game while covering the theme song to the video game League of Legends: Wild Rift. Combining techno and R&B, the music video is co-directed Stirling and Stephen Wayne Mallett.

The song and the music video are both really cool. Stirling uses her signature violin playing and athletic abilities to bring on some good beats to the song. I also liked the costumes she chose. They all complimented the song and how awesome it is. Now I have not played the video game, but I cannot imagine them being disappointed with it. It certainly made me interested in the game. I feel like it is repetitive to say that it is impressive and I am glad that she had a hand in it. I cannot wait to see what it is next for her music and her songs.

Lindsey Stirling shared a funny anecdote on her Instagram. “Fact,” she writes. “lasers can blind you if your eye gets in their line. So while I was performing in this tiny laser cone, I had to be super careful to not “touch” the lasers with my face. This was easier said than done while doing backbends in 6 inch heals.”

Check out the music video below:

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my reviews of Lindsey Stirling’s “Lose You Now,” Elina Laivera’s “I Will Remember,” The Piano Guys’ “Better Days,” and Tobymac’s “Help Is On The Way.” Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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