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The activist musician's latest album with the Void Pacific Choir is inspired by President Trump.

Patrick Greenby Patrick Green
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Say what you will about President Donald Trump, but he gets artists’ juices flowing. The latest musician to be inspired by the 45th is Moby, who has taken his frustrations out via a new album.

More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse is actually the bald beat master’s second “anti-Trump” record made with the Void Pacific Choir, following last fall’s These Systems Are Failing. 

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More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse, like its predecessor has a stripped down, DIY sound and both are available for a FREE download (HERE).

Moby, whom recently urged Trump to resign on Twitter, announced his new album with an SNL-worthy press release “from the desk of John Miller,” an obvious dig at the fictional spokesperson that Donald Trump invented to speak with reporters over the telephone in the 1980s.

i can’t say i like it but it’s there” reads the punctually challenged press release. “they made album #1 last year before my boss, donald j. trump (who is a real person, just like me) became the president of the united states. apocalypse?  i don’t see real horsies anywhere? SAD.

Read the full press release (HERE).