Trent Reznor curates soothing playlist ‘intended for listening in solitude’

Listen to 'Better Alone' right here.

Trent Reznor has curated a soothing playlist called ‘Better Alone’, which is a selection of tracks “intended for listening in solitude”.

The Nine Inch Nails frontman recently uploaded the 20 track atmospheric playlist, featuring instrumental sounds from NIN, as well as his scoring work with Atticus Ross.

“Darkness optional but recommended”, the playlist’s description advises, making it the perfect soundtrack to your bedtime.


Listen on Spotify below or head to Apple Music to listen there.

Nine Inch Nails most recently released the EP ‘Add Violence’ back in July (the second part of a trilogy of releases).

They’ve been confirmed to play Spain’s Mad Cool Festival this summer, which will take place in Madrid from July 12-14, 2018.

The band join an already impressive-looking line-up, which features Queens of the Stone AgeDepeche Mode, Massive Attack, and recent addition, Arctic Monkeys.

Last month, Trent Reznor had to file a restraining order against his neighbour, after he was told that Satan was coming for him.


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