In This Cold Place

Moby & The Void Pacific Choir “In This Cold Place”
Video animation by Steve Cutts

The new album is now available as a free download:

More Fast Songs About The Apocalypse

“The music is free, but if you want to pay for it, just give money to your favorite charity. The issues that I’m personally most concerned about are: animal rights, factory farming, climate change, and women’s rights. Oh, and electoral reform in the USA. But it’s up to you!” Moby

Posted on June 21, 2017, in Moby. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Tom in Portsmouth, NH

    OMG, do yourself a favor and don’t bother reading the comments on the official YouTube page. So disheartening! I can only hope most of the comments are from those “Russian trolls” we’ve been reading about.

    My favorite headline in my news feed today is “Trump supporters are having a white-hot meltdown over Moby’s latest music video”.

  2. this is great, and it’s the truth (sadly) … Moby does it again!… I don’t think I can handle the comments he’s getting, there is so much divide in this world today… it’s plain sickening and sad for my 10 year old daughter. I can only hope the future gets better than this.

  3. Tom in Portsmouth, NH

    Interestingly, just overnight the YouTube comments section seems to have shifted decidedly in Moby’s favor. There’s hope after all.

  4. What the actual F are people like, Moby makes some great tunes and then gives them away, thought provoking and insightful and all that for free (assuming you don’t contribute to any charity)

    Yep, I’m a no-meat eating, anti mass farming, lentil eating save the whale type Greenpeace supporter, so shoot me! But in doing so, you will have closed one mouth of a growing backlash against the capitalist values that are propagating across many walks of life!

    And Moby is a thoroughly nice chap

  5. some pictures and videos from facebook and this text

    Americans need” the other “to solve their own economic, geostrategic and other problems. Separately, it is worth mentioning the most powerful lobbying capabilities of the US military-industrial complex, the forcing of military loans to third countries, as well as the permanent rearmament of the American army. It is the merit of these lobbyists. In this case, Russia or Iran are “to blame” only because the US needs an “enemy”. And China is too important an economic partner for America to “fight” with him more or less seriously. Moscow, Tehran or, say, Havana are much less critical for American business. Hence the protracted sanction games,

  6. He’s done some OK things, mostly his ambient stuff. And he deserves credit for being someone who obviously made a pile and now chooses to give so much away. He’s still kind of an annoying little twerp, though.

    (And I’m not even referring to whatever this YouTube thing is about. Don’t know what it is, couldn’t care less.)

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