Melissa Danis

Moby & the Void Pacific Choir have shared another statement from the fake PR spokesperson.

Moby has long been outspoken on political and environmental matters and he's made his disdain for President Trump crystal clear. Because of this, his project Moby & the Void Pacific Choir has recently struck a nerve with the alt-right community. 

Because of the political undertones of the recent Void Pacific Choir video “In This Cold Place,” a number of conservative outlets including American Thinker and Breitbart have covered the clip. Based on the outrage the DJ received, he has shared an anti-Moby press release from “John Miller,” the pseudonym Donald Trump adopted when he would pretend to be his own publicist.

Originally, on June 12, Moby & the Void Pacific Choir dropped a new album, These Systems Are Falling, accompanied by a parody press release “from the desk of John Miller” speaking out against the electronic artist. Then, following the album’s release on June 19, the DJ released a Steve Cutts animated music video for “In This Cold Place,” which features dystopian versions of cartoons that parallel American politics and a depiction of Trump as a Nazi robot. 


In response to the reactions received from the video, Moby & the Void Pacific Choir have shared another statement from “John Miller,” who this time calls the video "terrorist" and Moby and Steve Cutts "fake news." Read the full release below.