Album stream: Moby's Innocents

Last updated 09:00 25/09/2013
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MAKING FRIENDS: Innocents is Moby's most collaborative album yet.

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Be first to listen to Moby's brand new album Innocents here.

On the album Moby worked with a range of collaborators from Wayne Coyne (The Flaming Lips), alt-rock legend Mark Lanegan, Cold Specks, Skylar Grey - best known for co-writing and performing on Eminem and Rihanna's Love The Way You Lie; indie-folk singer Damien Jurado, and Inyang Bassey who was the vocalist on 'The Right Thing' from Destroyed.

"I spend most of my time alone in my studio, so for Innocents it seemed like a really nice idea to involve other people in the making of the record.  

"Working with all of these collaborators has helped me to make a record that I'm very proud of, and working this way also gave me some semblance of a social life."

The Innocents became the inspirational motif for the album, embracing  uman vulnerability and the desire for human connection, while celebrating imperfection in a world that too often esteems unrealistic and artificial perfection.

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