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Here’s the official video of Moby‘s new single “A Case For Shame,” which is taken from his forthcoming album “Innocents.” The clip was shot at Cold Specks very own house in Los Angeles, and it was directed by Moby (aka Alec Ledd. According to Ledd’s own words:

“The video has a specific meaning for me, but i’m hesitant to say what that is, as it might have a very specific meaning to you, and it’s completely open to anyone’s subjective interpretation. just because i made it doesn’t mean that my interpretation of it is the right one. i’d love to hear what you think of it and what your interpretation is.
oh, and it goes without saying, but it’s certainly not a big, commercial video… it’s an experimental video, inspired by some of my early heroes of experimental film, like jack smith (who also inspired fellini and andy warhol, so i guess at the very least i’m in good company in citing jack smith as an inspiration, even if i’m clearly not fellini or andy warhol…).”

“Innocents” is being released on October 1st, and you can already pre-order your copy right here.



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