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More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse is the fourteenth studio album by American electronica musician Moby. It was released on June 12, 2017 as a free download and released physically on June 16, 2017 by record labels Little Idiot and Mute. This is the second album from Moby's musical project Moby & The Void Pacific Choir (formed by Moby, Mindy Jones, Julie Mintz, Jonathan Nesvadba, Joel Nesvadba, Jamie Drake and Lauren Tyler Scott).

News regarding the album first appeared in mid-May as various retail stores began taking vinyl pre-orders. A few days before the official release date, official updates surfaced along with a fake PR website of spokesperson John Miller, the name under which current US president Donald Trump used to talk with reporters in the 1980s. On the respective page, Moby under the John Miller alias jokingly dissed himself and More Fast Songs About the Apocalypse. A link was also provided, leading to a free download of both this album and These Systems are Failing.

On June 20, Moby revealed the music video for 'In this Cold Place', directed by Steve Cutts. Much like 'Are You Lost in the World Like Me?', it is a Looney Tunes-inspired cartoon where the album's main themes of veganism, animal rights, environmental safety, political and social issues as well as their drastic consequences are portrayed. It rapidly drew negative attention from Republican party and Donald Trump supporters, against whom Moby rails.
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