If you, like many others, are a fan of farming sim and general time-thief Stardew Valley, then you'll no doubt love this piano rendition album of the game's soundtrack.

Featuring the very same compositions heard in the game, created by the game's developer ConcernedApe, the album contains 22 tracks transformed into gentle piano pieces that are sure to soothe your soul - and remind of you of your time with the game, too. Each piece has been arranged by Matthew Bridgham and performed by Augustine Mayuga Gonzales.

Bridgham has shared a quick insight into the album's production, noting the excitement of the game's creator himself.

"Three bonus tracks were added after getting official approval from the man himself, Eric Barone (ConcernedApe). He was so excited for this album that one night he sent us the then-unreleased music from the update. I was of course happy to oblige, arranging these three the same evening. But my job felt easy. Nearly every piece from Stardew fit the hands beautifully, hitting close to home."

If you want to take a quick listen for yourself, check out the album's opening track, 'Overture' below.

You can get your hands on the album right now via iTunes, Spotify, and Bandcamp, with the latter also hosting a limited edition physical CD (set to ship in November) and PDFs of the sheet music.

Are you a big Stardew Valley fan? Does a piano album of the game's songs sound like a dreamy collaboration to you? Let us know with a comment.