Lindsey Stirling: “Flame Of Hope: Tales of Arise” Music Review

The ‘Tales of Arise’ is the seventeenth in the “Tales” video game series from Bandai Namco Studios. The game has received acclaim both critically and from the audience. Now, Lindsey Stirling is picking up her violin and dusting off her dancing boots for her rendition of the battle anthem ‘Flame Of Hope.’

Stirling also directed the music video which has her usual charm. It has beautiful scenery and is filmed in the evening, giving it a mysterious feel. I also really liked her costumes for this one. They are inspired by “Tales of Arise” and look incredible, matching the tone of the song.

As for the song, her rendition does it justice. She makes herself shine and brings out the song in an excellent manner. Her video game covers are always some of my favorite of her musical content. This is certainly is no different.

Check out the music review:

This comes ahead of her announcement that she designed her own violin. I think it is about time. “After sooo (sic) many years in the making I finally get to share that I’ve partnered with Yamaha Music USA to bring you my very own violin!! Only 50 violins are available for this limited edition first run, so make sure you pre-order yours now,” she wrote on Facebook.

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 Zuby’s “Real,” Jason Crabb’s “Before,” and Caleb Hyle’s cover of Skillet’s “American Noise.” Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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