Plants vs Zombie composer Laura Shigihara

Plants vs Zombie composer Laura Shigihara

Do you play video game Plants vs Zombies? Well, the music for the game is by composer Laura Shigihara. The part Japanese singer-songwriter did the whole original soundtrack for Plants vs Zombies including the ending credits song “Zombies on Your Lawn” in both English and Japanese. Not only has she worked on Plants vs. Zombies, but she’s also worked on over 25 published titles like Ghost Harvest, World of Warcraft, and Minesweeper. (She did the vocals for the Singing Sunflower pet in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm.) This video game musician is also working on her own RPG (role playing game) Melolune. Be on the look out for her game.

(Thanks to Mika for the tip.)

Plants vs Zombies Music – Ultimate Battle

Plants vs Zombies Piano Series by Laura Shigihara

More about composer Laura Shigihara
Laura Shigihara has been working as a freelance video game composer and sound designer since 2005. She’s created music and sound effects for over 20 published titles since then, ranging in genre from orchestral themes, to quirky uptempo boss battles, and even including songs featuring her own vocal tracks. Her most recent work was the soundtrack for the game “Plants vs. Zombies.” Laura has been a fan of video game music since the days of the original 8-bit Nintendo; a time when a composer didn’t have access to high-end production materials, and as a result, had to rely solely on their creativity and talents as a composer. Looking up to these composers, one of Laura’s strengths has always been her creativity. Her music has been compared to that of Yoko Shimomura and Yasunori Mitsuda in terms of style.

1 thought on “Plants vs Zombie composer Laura Shigihara

  1. Andrew

    Ah, I didn’t know she was so multitalented! Seriously, I love the music in PvZ, and I almost can’t believe she’s designing her own game, too. Amazing.

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