The first song to be released from the forthcoming album Innocents is the Cold Specks collaboration “A Case For Shame,” available from iTunes now as an instant download when you pre-order the album: smarturl.it/innocentsitunes. The album will be released Oct. 1, 2013.
The video has a specific meaning for me, but I’m hesitant to say what that is, as it might have a very specific meaning to you, and it’s completely open to anyone’s subjective interpretation. Just because i made it doesn’t mean that my interpretation of it is the right one. I’d love to hear what you think of it and what your interpretation is.
Moby chose to make this record with a stellar cast. For the first time in his career he worked with an outside producer, friend Mark “Spike” Stent, whose résumé includes Madonna, U2, Muse, Björk, and Massive Attack. The list of eminent collaborators on Innocents includes Wayne Coyne (The Flaming Lips), alt-rock legend Mark Lanegan, Cold Specks, Skylar Grey, indie-folk singer Damien Jurado, and Inyang Bassey who was the vocalist on “The Right Thing” from Destroyed.
Wanna see Moby in concert? Better pack your suitcase. The entire concert tour for Innocents will consist of three shows in Los Angeles.
Everything That Rises
A Case For Shame (with Cold Specks)
Almost Home (with Damien Jurado)
The Perfect Life (with Wayne Coyne)
The Last Day (with Skylar Grey)
Don’t Love Me (with Inyang Bassey)
A Long Time
Tell Me (with Cold Specks)
The Lonely Night (with Mark Lanegan)