Moby Back to Mute for New Album



Post seperation with V2, Moby inked a deal with old label Mute again to release his new album.

Moby's highly anticipated album may not arrive too long with his new Mute deal. The singer who previously had no label is taken under the recording house wing for U.S. record deal.

The singer actually has been recording with Mute since 1993 and his return to the label was explained with three reasons. He said, "A: I live a few blocks from Mute U.S headquarters, B: the people at Mute U.S. are my friends, and C: the people at Mute U.S are smart and love music."

Moby was previously signed to V2 label in 2002 but parted with it soon after the release of "Hotel" (2005). He has since been working on the follow up and announced that it will be out somewhere around September.

© AceShowbiz.com


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