New Double A-Side Single “The Right Thing” and “After” out DECEMBER 13th
“Disembodied electronic music filled with human concerns like love and hope.” – Wired
“A chilled-out collection of woozy, ambient electronica.” — SPIN
FALL TOUR DATES ANNOUNCED:
10/25–NYC–Acoustic/Ambient Performance at Angel Orensanz
10/26–Washington, DC–Live at the Filmore
10/27–Washington, DC–Destroyed Gallery Opening at Irvine Contemporary
10/28–Asheville, VA–MOOG Festival (DJ Set)
10/29–Los Angeles, CA–Monster Massive Festival (DJ Set)
Moby is set to release a deluxe version of his latest album Destroyed on November 1st. The new deluxe edition of Destroyed consists of a 3-disc set that includes unreleased tracks, live footage and videos.
Moby is set to release a 3-disc deluxe version of his new album Destroyed on November 1st. Disc one is the original album with all 15 tracks. Disc two features eight new tracks, plus alternate versions of tracks from Destroyed. Disc 3 is a DVD of all the music videos from Destroyed, including Moby’s self-made videos for “Be The One”, “Sevastopol”, and “Victoria Lucas”, plus the 10 finalist videos from the Saatchi and Saatchi video competition, and two Wilcox Sessions videos. To top it off, the impressive package comes with a 24-page booklet with all new photographs taken by Moby. To check out Destroyed Deluxe in detail visit http://promo.moby.com/destroyed-deluxe/ and Download “The Poison Tree”, one of the new tracks exclusive to Destroyed Deluxe.
Moby’s new double A-side single — “After” and “The Right Thing (featuring Inyang Bassey)” — will be released on December 13th. The AA single and remixes will come in two separate digital bundles each containing the original album version of the song, along with its respective array of remixes. Featured remixes for “After” include versions by Ferry Corsten, Drumsound & Bassline Smith and Iamamiwhoami; remixes for “The Right Thing” will include, among others, Sharam Jey.
The supporting music videos for both “After” and “The Right Thing” are all from new directors who entered the Saatchi & Saatchi and Vimeo competition earlier in the year, for which Moby provided 3 songs from Destroyed. The videos for “After” are provided by the winning director Alberto Gomez from Mexico, and one of the 10 finalists Antonin Pevny from Austria. For “The Right Thing”, Moby commissioned another of the 10 finalists, NYC’s The Manship Society, to create a brand new video, set in NYC featuring vocalist Inyang Bassey. Video content, audio, and pre-order links for “Destroyed Deluxe” can all be found at http://promo.moby.com/destroyed-deluxe/
There are some new additions to Moby’s eclectic fall tour schedule, including a special New York City acoustic/ambient performance at the stunning Angel Orensanz church on October 25th, a full band live show and gallery opening in Washington D.C. on October 26th and 27th, a live show at the annual Moog Festival in Asheville on October 28th, and once again Moby will headline at this year’s Monster Massive festival in LA on October 29th. To see the full list of Moby happenings, visit www.moby.com
Since its release earlier this year, Destroyed has won over the media.
Rolling Stone says, “Destroyed merges the gentle electronic tones and atmosphere of Brian Eno’s Another Green World with the sort of big-hearted, grandiose chorus of Moby’s own hit “We Are All Made of Stars.” Songs on Destroyed were written by Moby mostly late at night, in hotel rooms around the world when cities had gone to bed and the insomnia that worldwide travel can induce fueled his need to create.
Produced by Moby and mixed by Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros, M83) Destroyed is a soundtrack for empty cities at 2 A.M.
Preorder Destroyed Deluxe at Amazon.
Sat. 10/15 Mexico City Corona Capital Festival (Live)
Sun. 10/23 Montreal Metropolis (Live)
Mon. 10/24 Toronto Phoenix Concert Theatre (Live)
Tue. 10/25 New York City Angel Orensanz (Special acoustic/performance)
Wed. 10/26 Washington D.C. The Fillmore (Live)
Thu. 10/27 Washington D.C. Irvine Contemporary Gallery (Gallery opening)
Fri. 10/28 Asheville Moog Festival (Live)
Sat. 10/29 Los Angeles Monster Massive Festival (DJ Set)