Spiritfarer is a game that exercises the player's tear ducts on multiple occasions, one of them (at least for me, regularly, even after hours of playing it) is this little song that plays during a mini-rhythm game that you play while growing plants in the garden:
In the game, the song repeats multiple times to give it more intensity and Amie Waters picks up on this mood by giving Max LL's original work a treatment somewhere between Disasterpeace and Vangelis, slowing it down by some 20 BPM, teasing the building ostinatos out to an epic 7 minutes and adding an immensely satisfying moment halfway through by extending the harmonic progression to the baseline.
So a Scottish fisherman has been credited with bringing a resurgence of Shanties and there's me looking at the clock wondering where everyone has been since Assassin's Creed Black Flag and Raven's Cry were released? lol.
And, bonus: Faster. not quite the same key (still similar enough to play in a mix), also synth flutes, also arpeggios (so many arpeggios!) and much, MUCH longer. Also, also! - Much older. From the Test Drive 4 soundtrack.