Moby on Wait for Me

Moby’s new album, Wait For Me, comes out June 30th and was inspired by a David Lynch speech about creativity for its own sake. Moby writes, “when i was 19 years old i worked in an independent record-store/head-shop in Darien Connecticut, named ‘johnnys’. part of my job at johnny’s was to draw a little cartoon on every single bag that left the store, which was odd, as i didn’t know how to draw. but i came up with a quasi-self portrait (‘the little idiot’), and now after all these years he’s still around on the cover of ‘wait for me’, in the ‘pale horses’ video, and also in these ‘blips’ that we’ve made for every track on the album.”

Pale Horses

Shot in the Back of the Head

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