Pale Horses

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For the mewithoutYou album, see Pale Horses (album).
"Pale Horses"
Single by Moby featuring Amelia Zirin-Brown
from the album Wait for Me
Released June 22, 2009
Recorded 2008–2009
Length 3:37
Writer(s) Moby
Producer(s) Moby
Moby featuring Amelia Zirin-Brown singles chronology
"Shot in the Back of the Head"
"Pale Horses"

"Pale Horses" is a song by American electronica musician Moby, released as the second single from his ninth studio album, Wait for Me.[1]

The vocals for the song are sung by Moby's friend, singer Amelia Zirin-Brown. In 2007, she was nominated for an MVPA for the choreography of Moby's video of "New York, New York."[2]

Track listing[edit]

Digital download
  1. "Pale Horses" – 3:37
Because Music
  1. "Pale Horses" – 3:35
  2. "Pale Horses (Gui Boratto's Last Window Remix)" – 7:37
  3. "Pale Horses (Apparat Remix)" – 6:45
  4. "Pale Horses (Vc1)" – 6:35
  5. "Pale Horses (Empyrean Dub)" – 4:26
  6. "Pale Horses (Davide Rossi Re-Interpretation" – 3:30
Little Idiot (Beatport exclusive)
  1. "Pale Horses (Davide Rossi Re-Interpretation" – 3:30
  2. "Pale Horses" – 3:34
  3. "Pale Horses (Gui Boratto's Last Window Remix)" – 7:36
  4. "Pale Horses (Apparat Remix)" – 6:44
  5. "Pale Horses (Vc1)" – 6:34
  6. "Pale Horses (Empyrean Dub)" – 4:26
Bonus single with Wait for Me from Recordstore
  1. "Pale Horses (Gui Boratto's Last Window Remix)"
  2. "Pale Horses (Apparat Remix)"
  3. "Pale Horses (VC3)"
Bonus single with Wait for Me from HMV
  1. "Pale Horses (Apparat Dub)"
  2. "Pale Horses (Empyrean Dub Version)"
  3. "Pale Horses (VC1)"
  4. "Walk With Me (Reprise)"
7" white vinyl
  1. "Pale Horses (Apparat Dub)"
  2. "Pale Horses (Ben Hoo's Adaptation)"
  1. "Pale Horses (Gui Boratto's Last Window Remix)"
  2. "Pale Horses (Apparat Remix)"
  3. "Pale Horses (Empyrean Dub Version)"

Music video[edit]

The animated trip to the moon as seen in the music video.

The music video was released on May 28, 2009.[3] The video was directed by Elanna Allen.[citation needed]

In it, the alien pictured in the Wait for Me album cover takes a walk, then it starts to rain. He stops and looks into a puddle. After looking at his reflection for a couple of seconds, he dabs his finger in the puddle. He then draws a complete copy of himself, using the water on his finger. They dance until the copy washes away. The alien then does the same thing, only this time drawing a train with a various passenger car-like attachments. On one of the attachments is a dog, pictured on the single cover for the song. They both take the train to the Moon. After their arrival, the alien draws several duplicates of himself. They, along with the dog, all laugh, play, and dance until it rains and the duplicates wash away. The video concludes with the screen zooming out from the alien, showing a shot of the Milky Way, and then back in. The animation finally fades away to credits. The music video has been critically acclaimed, receiving generally positive reviews.[citation needed] It has been heavily airplayed on VH1 Latin America.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Moby. "Pale Horses single news". Retrieved 25 September 2011. 
  2. ^ "Pale Horses by Moby". Songfacts. Retrieved 25 September 2011. 
  3. ^ Moby (11 May 2009). "Pale Horses world premier!". Retrieved 25 September 2011. 

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