Moby & the Void Pacific Choir Drop Dizzying Dance Track, ‘Almost Loved’
"We like the paradox of a pacific, peaceful void — a benign emptiness."
A few weeks back, we learned that electronic wizard Moby formed a new project called Moby & the Void Pacific Choir, releasing two tracks: “The Light Is Clear In My Eyes” and “Moonlit Sky.” Today, they’ve shared a new single and video: “Almost Loved.”
Pulsing with heavy kick drums and swelling with high-pitched synths, the cut comes with very little background info, save for one explanatory quote: “Normally when people refer to a void, it’s a big, dark, scary, thing. The dark, malicious, Nietzschean void, where if you stare too long into the it, it stares back into you,” said the band in a press release. “But we like the paradox of a pacific, peaceful void — a benign emptiness.”
There you have it. Listen to “Almost Loved” below.