Moby’s new album is exclusively playing on a meditation app

Producer Moby is has released his new album exclusively through a mobile app for sleeping and meditation.

The producer of 90’s hit Porcelain, Moby has teamed up with Calm Music for his latest release. His new album Long Ambients 2 was released today on World Sleep Day and will only be available exclusively through the Calm Music app for 30 days.

The app provides gentle music to be used for meditating or aiding sleep. With over 45 million downloads the app has a massive potential audience, making it a great move for Moby who will be opening his music up to a far wider audience than would likely listen to the album natively within the first 30 days.

Moby said of the album and it’s ambient direction: “I originally made these songs for myself because I couldn’t find this type of music anywhere. Long Ambients 2 was designed to help me sleep and to help other people find calm and maybe get a good nights sleep. I hope to share it with other people who have sleep issues or battle anxiety or have a hard time calming themselves down.”

The Calm Music apps co-founder, Michael Acton Smith OBE says: “We’re thrilled that Moby is choosing to launch his new album on Calm Music in a way that has never been done before. As Calm Music grows in popularity, more and more artists, including Grammy winners and household names, are now reaching out to us about having their work featured on Calm Music. But this partnership with Moby will take it to the next level.

“Music is the universal language; so it makes perfect sense that it’s such a big and growing part of Calm and our mission to make the world happier and healthier.”

Long Ambients 2 will release next month on all other music platforms.

Writing about music, listening to music, and occasionally playing music.

How much is Amazon Music HD?

Amazon Music HD is now available to new and existing customers at no extra cost for users across the globe.

Podcasts and podcast clips are coming to Facebook next week

According to an email from Facebook, podcasts will start making their way onto the social platform next week.

One comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *