Product Code: IDIOT080
Artist: Moby ‎
Label: Little Idiot (2020)
Format: 2 X LP
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Genre: Ambient , Electronic N

: All Visible Objects

Brand new sealed double album housed in a gatefold cover.

All Visible Objects is the seventeenth studio album by American musician and singer-songwriter Moby, released on May 15, 2020 on Little Idiot and Mute Records. The release also produced two singles.

In March 2019, Moby released his previous album, Long Ambients 2, which continued the format of a collection of longform ambient tracks that he had produced for the first, Long Ambients 1: Calm. Sleep.[1] He then stepped away from music to promote Then It Fell Apart, his second autobiography that focuses on his life and career between 1999 and 2009.[2] The book attracted some negative attention towards Moby as he claimed that he had a relationship with actress Natalie Portman, which she denied and called him a "creepy old man".[3] After a series of appearances to promote the book, Moby cancelled the remaining dates and from June 2019, largely avoided the public eye.[4][5]

Moby announced All Visible Objects on his blog on January 14, 2020. It also revealed its initial release date of March 6 and the front cover.[6] On the same day the first single and video, "Power is Taken", featuring Dead Kennedys drummer D. H. Peligro and rapper Boogie, was released.[6] Moby announced that profits generated from the album will be given to charity, with each track raising funds for a different non-profit, animal rights, or human rights cause. These are: Brighter Green, Mercy for Animals, Rainforest Action Network, Extinction Rebellion, the American Civil Liberties Union, Animal Equality, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, The Humane League, the International Anti-Poaching Foundation, The Good Food Institute, and the Indivisible Project.[6][7] In a press statement posted on his website, Moby summarised the eleven charities in a paragraph that also contained the title of the dedicated track within the text.[8]