FTL Composer Is Donating All Weekend Proceeds To NAACP

Ben Prunty is selling his soundtracks at a pay-what-you-want price.

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FTL and Into the Breach composer Ben Prunty is donating all soundtrack sales from this weekend to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and various community bail funds across the country. Fans can pay-what-they-want for music across his entire catalogue today through the end of the weekend, with proceeds being donated on Monday.

Prunty's catalogue includes music for FTL, Into the Breach, Darkside Detective, Gravity Ghosts, as well as many other tracks and albums. His full catalogue can be found on his Bandcamp page.

Prunty, who also made music for Subnautica: Below Zero, joins a number of others like EA, The Pokemon Company, and others in donating to Black Lives Matter and similar causes in response to protests erupting across the United States over the killing of George Floyd.

Since tweeting about his fundraising effort Prunty has raised at least $700.

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