MOBY RELEASES POST-APOCALYPTIC, EMPTY EARTH VIDEO FOR NEW SONG “MERE ANARCHY”:
‘EVERYTHING WAS BEAUTIFUL AND NOTHING HURT‘ RELEASED MARCH 2
LOS ANGELES AND NEW YORK SIGNINGS ANNOUNCED
Today Moby launched his new song “Mere Anarchy” along with its accompanying video, the second track released from Moby’s forthcoming album, ‘Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt’, due out on March 2 via Little Idiot. Reflecting upon the video, Moby describes it as “post apocalypse, people are gone, and my friend Julie and I are time traveling aliens visiting the empty Earth.” Watch here:
The instrumental components of “Mere Anarchy” are also available for would-be remixers. Visit Splice to download the stems and get to work on your own remix – along with the stems of the first single, “Like A Motherless Child.”
The first place fans can hear new Moby music is via a playlist that he has curated of artists that influenced the recording of the album. Listen and subscribe here to the playlist, on Spotify and YouTube.
Moby will be playing a string of sold-out live shows, performing the album in its entirety, at The Echo in Los Angeles on March 14, 15 and 16 and Brooklyn’s Rough Trade on March 20 and 21. For more information, visit moby.com/. Additionally, Moby has announced a pair of in-store signing events: Amoeba Music in Hollywood on March 2 at 5pm and Rough Trade in Brooklyn on March 20 at 7pm.
‘Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt’ – a glowing tapestry exploring spirituality, individuality and the brokenness of humanity – finds Moby returning to his orchestral, soul, trip-hop and gospel roots. Watch the video for lead single “Like a Motherless Child” here.
Physical formats of Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt include a gatefold-housed double LP edition and a 6-panel CD digipack edition. Preorder the album here.
During 2016, Moby released the critically-acclaimed Porcelain: A Memoir that traces his rise to international stardom. When he’s not recording music, Moby continues to champion animal rights and sustainability via his activism and vegan restaurant Little Pine.