Moby - "Shot In The Back Of The Head" (Directed By David Lynch)



Moby's been feeling inspired lately, and we're about to benefit from it -- his ninth studio album, Wait For Me, hits stores June 30, and we have the video for his first single "Shot In The Back Of The Head" right here, right now.

The countdown to the release of the album will kick off tomorrow with a free download of the video. It's a dark, pulsing and haunting few minutes, directed by David Lynch, who was actually the inspiration for the album in a round-about way.

We'll let Moby explain, in a blog entry from his web site:
david was talking about creativity, and to paraphrase, about how creativity in and of itself, and without market pressures, is fine. it seems that too often creative output is judged by how well it accommodates the marketplace, how much market share it commands and how much money it generates.

In making this record i wanted to focus on making something that i loved, without really being concerned about how it might be received by the marketplace. as a result it's a quieter, more melodic, more mournful and more personal record than some of the records i've made in the past.

Moby called in his friends to help record the album, doodled the album art with sharpie on some copy paper and did the whole thing from the comfort of his own home. The mixing -- done using purely analog equipment in true stereo -- was done with the help of Ken Thomas (Sigur Ros, M83).

Check out "Shot In The Back Of The Head" here, and be sure to download your free video tomorrow.







Moby - "Shot In The Back Of The Head" (Directed By David Lynch)