Final Fantasy VII Remake
Two songs sung by Al Copeland; "Scarlet's Theme" and "Stand Up".
Al Copeland and crew at the Final Fantasy VII Remake recording session at Q Division Studios in Somerville, MA. From left: Q Division engineer, Yuki Kanesaka Carmichael (producer), Mitsuto Suzuki-san (composer), assistant. Front: Al Copeland
n April 2020, Square Enix released its highly anticipated video game; Final Fantasy VII Remake. In addition, an 8 disc Special Edit Version of the original soundtrack (composed by Nobuo Uematsu, Mitsuto Suzuki, and Masashi Hamauzu) was released with two songs sung by Copeland; "Scarlet's Theme" and "Stand Up".
Fans from all across the globe are raving about Ms. Copeland's sultry take on "Scarlet's Theme". "How did Scarlett end up getting one of the best jams in the whole remake?” commented Omniback20 on YouTube. Final Fantasy VII Remake gamers have also received Al's energetic take on the house music themed, "Stand Up". Winrays writes, "Hopefully we see you back for part 2! Your voice is amazing!" Since the release, the vocalist has continued to connect with fans from around the world, and looks forward to more projects in the gaming industry.