Nintendo Shares New Music Track For Splatoon 3, Have A Listen

    Splatoon 3 will arrive on the Switch this September, and ahead of release, Nintendo has been building up excitement by sharing new information and footage of the game.

    Today is a little different though, with the reveal of a new in-game music track – “Sea Me Now” by the rock outfit, Front Roe (the song and title are obviously a play on words). It seems Nintendo’s Japanese YouTube channel also shared this song earlier in the week. This sneak peek lasts for just over a minute. Enjoy!

    The melodious, punkish sound of rock outfit Front Roe has been swimming up the charts in Splatsville lately. Here’s a sneak peek at one of their songs “Sea Me Now” that’ll appear in #Splatoon3!

    This isn’t the first time Nintendo has shared a new song from Splatoon 3. It previously did something similar in September last year. What do you think of this latest track? Looking forward to Splatoon 3? Leave a comment down below.

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