Moby | News | Moby presents atmospheric new single 
from forthcoming album 'Reprise'

Moby presents atmospheric new single 
from forthcoming album ‘Reprise’

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Musical pioneer Moby offers an irresistible taster from his Deutsche Grammophon debut album, Reprise, with “The Lonely Night”. Out today, 16 April 2021, the single sees former Screaming Trees frontman and singer-songwriter Mark Lanegan in duet with actor and country legend Kris Kristofferson. Their vocals merge with guitar, piano, organ and strings to reveal new acoustic perspectives on one of Moby’s personal favourite songs.
“The Lonely Night” provides the next glimpse into Reprise, set for release on 28 May. Moby’s first collaboration with Deutsche Grammophon also includes re-imagined versions of such hits as “Go”, “Porcelain”, “Extreme Ways”, “Natural Blues” and “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?”. Both single and album reflect Moby’s desire to project strong emotions and communicate them through what he describes as “the simplicity and vulnerability you can get with acoustic or classical music”.
Other guest artists performing on Reprise include Gregory Porter, Víkingur Ólafsson, Skylar Grey, Amythyst Kiah, Jim James and the Budapest Art Orchestra.
Moby is a celebrated musician, singer/songwriter, producer, DJ, photographer and activist. The multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated artist has pushed boundaries with his acclaimed music, including his breakthrough global smash album, Play. Achieving worldwide sales of more than 20 million albums, Moby has additionally scored eight Top 10 hits on the Billboard Dance Club Songs Chart. A staunch vegan and advocate for animal rights and humanitarian aid, he is also the author of four books, among them a collection of his photography.

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