Album cover in Animal Crossing: New Horizons
|Composed by||Toru Minegishi|
|Mood||A little blue...|
|Owned by|| Huck[nb 1]|
|Name in other languages|
Berceuse de Kéké
Колыбельная К. К.
Berceuse de Kéké
"K.K. Lullaby" is a K.K. Slider song that first appears in Doubutsu no Mori. When played on a stereo, the tune is played like a music box, with little metallic noises designed to relax the player. At the end of the song, the last few notes play in reverse, reminiscent of a music box being rewound. The technique is identical to one seen in the 1980 song "Isolation" by British post-punk group Joy Division.
The album cover for "K.K. Lullaby" depicts Daisy (Pompom in the e-Reader card) rock baby K.K. Slider to sleep with Gabi watching. Pompom rocking K.K. may be a reference to the nursery rhyme Mother Goose. On the e-Reader card, the text at the bottom reads "K.K. Lullaby" and the text above it reads "Town Tune." In New Leaf, the text is illegible, while in New Horizons, it reads "K.K. Lullaby" now in green letters, and the portrait of the characters is now more circularly cropped.
In Animal Crossing
In Animal Crossing, "K.K. Lullaby" is played in the houses of Claude, Maple, Midge, Nate, and Stu. In Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori+, it is also played Huck's house. In Doubutsu no Mori e+, the aircheck of the song's live performance can be received from Felicity, Midge, Nate, and Snake at maximum friendship.
In Wild World
In City Folk
In New Leaf
In New Horizons
In Happy Home Designer
Happy Home Designer icon
- "K.K. Lullaby" is the only song not to use higher resolution artwork in amiibo Festival, being the same as in New Leaf.
Names in other languages
- In Doubutsu no Mori and Doubutsu no Mori+
- In Animal Crossing only
- In Animal Crossing, City Folk, and New Leaf
- In Wild World, City Folk, and New Leaf
- In City Folk and New Leaf
- In Welcome amiibo and New Horizons
- In Welcome amiibo and Happy Home Designer
- In New Horizons only
- In Happy Home Designer only
- In Welcome amiibo (RV)