In "a message from a representative at Superbrothers, written in the midst of a spring thunderstorm in the hill country at the Quebec/Vermont border," we've learned that Deadmau5 and PixelJam aren't the only talented musicians who'll be lending their work to the upcoming PS Vita game Sound Shapes.
Superbrothers and Jim Guthrie, who previously collaborated on the excellent Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP, will also be contributing to the game.
They'll be creating a pack of levels called "CORPOREAL", with original music and imagery that hearkens back to Sword & Sworcery but with more computers and less space babies.
The Superbrothers rep describes Sound Shapes as "a made-in-Toronto DIY videogame that is unusually collaborative and has a heavy emphasis on synesthetic audiovisual style". We're looking forward to getting our hands on it at E3—tell us what you think in the comments or on Twitter.