On March 2, 2018, Moby released his fifteenth studio album “Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt” and is holding a live question and answer session to discuss the new music. Making the announcement on Twitter, Moby stated he will be on Facebook live on Thursday, March 8 beginning at 12:30 p.m. ET and 9:30 p.m. PT answering questions.
Those who would like to ask Moby a question are encouraged to submit them via Twitter. You may find the link in the below tweet. Moby also announced that 100 percent of the proceeds generated from sales of “Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt” will go to animal rights groups and organizations.
“Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt” consists of twelve tracks and the album was written and produced by Moby. The album is on the Mute (UK) and Little Idiot labels.
Guest artists performing on the album include Apollo Jane, Mindy Jones, Julie Mintz, Raquel Rodriguez and Brie Turner-O’Banion.
“Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt” was released to positive critical reception.
hi, i'm going to be talking about my new album 'everything was beautiful and nothing hurt', as well as the unfolding apocalypse, on facebook live tomorrow(thursday) at 9.30 a.m PST(12:30 p.m EST, 5:30 p.m GMT). add your questions in the comments. unless you're a robot troll,… pic.twitter.com/sGbgR4oQLq
— moby XⓋX (@thelittleidiot) March 7, 2018
Of the twelve tracks on the album, currently, three singles had previously been released and currently have official videos. These are “Like a Motherless Child,” “Mere Anarchy” and “The Wild Darkness.”
In addition to releasing the songs on the album, Moby has created a video playlist that shows the inspiration or musical influences behind the songs. Those who want to listen to the album can find the tracks on Pandora premium, Spotify, and YouTube.
In celebration of “Everything is Beautiful and Nothing Hurt” Moby will be performing live shows in Los Angeles and New York throughout March. Due to overwhelming demand and the shows quickly selling out, Moby added several more shows in L.A.
Those who want to participate in the Facebook live question and answer session should first head over to Twitter and submit their question or questions to Moby. You can send them directly to him by using the @thelittleidiot address. You may also reply to the official tweet.
Be sure to head over to Moby’s official Facebook page where the live stream will take place.
Have you listened to Moby’s new album? What are your thoughts on “Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt?” Are you going to take part in the Facebook live Q&A?