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Always Centered At Night


  1. On Air feat. Serpentwithfeet
  2. Dark Days feat. Lady Blackbird
  3. Where Is Your Pride? feat. Benjamin Zephaniah
  4. Transit feat. Gaidaa
  5. Wild Flame feat. Danaé Wellington
  6. Precious Mind feat. India Carney
  7. Should Sleep feat. J.P. Bimeni
  8. Feelings Come Undone feat. Raquel Rodriguez
  9. Medusa feat. Aynzli Jones
  10. We’re Going Wrong feat. Brie O’Banion
  11. Fall Back feat. Akemi Fox
  12. Sweet Moon feat. Choklate
  13. Ache For feat. José James


Always Centered At Night

Always Centered At Night
  • limited indies only yellow 2lp

    Released: 14th Jun 2024

  • black 2lp

    Released: 14th Jun 2024

  • cd

    Released: 14th Jun 2024


Moby has once again conjured into reality a collection of heartachingly beautiful, tender-yet-defiant songs, made in collaboration with uniquely talented, soulfully aware, other-worldly vocalists.

All the songs are love letters to the unrestricted and enchanting music scene of late ‘70s, early ‘80s New York that shaped Moby as a musician. The featured vocalists were given the same assignment: “Please don’t write anything commercial. Let it be weird. Let it be personal. It doesn’t have to make sense.” “Because of that randomized freedom, I’ve been on the receiving end of so much genius work,” says moby. “And the result has been one of the most exciting, surprising things I’ve ever done as a musician, and it’s one of the most worthwhile things a human being can do: make tender, gentle, vulnerable music that’s a clarion call to act.”

Featured on this album are some of the most exciting vocalists of our time. Some are well-known - such as serpentwithfeet on the breathless daydream of a song ‘on air’, the jazzy soulstress Lady Blackbird on the haunting ‘dark days’, or the astounding poet and activist Benjamin Zephaniah on ‘where is your pride?’. Other contributors have been found in relative obscurity - such as friend and vocalist Brie O’Banion on the Cream cover ‘we’re going wrong’, or Sheffield poet laureate Danaé Wellington on the powerful ‘wild flame’.