Moby finds it ''weird'' playing on stage with other people, because he makes his albums alone.
Moby finds it "weird" playing on stage with other people.
The dance music artist finds it difficult to recreate his music in a live environment with a band because he creates his albums entirely on his own, playing each part separately.
He said: "There are eight of us on stage so there's a string section and two vocalists and a drummer and me playing keyboards and percussion, guitar and vocals so it's quite a big show - which is strange because I make all my records by myself."
Moby - who has sold over 20 million albums in his career - finds touring tiring, but tries not to complain because he can remember some of the terrible jobs he used to have.
He added: "I hate to complain and I've had jobs that I've really hated, at the end of the day even a bad day of touring is better than stuffing envelopes in the basement of an insurance company - that was the worst job I ever had."
The 'Go' hitmaker will also be seeing the New Year in from New Zealand, where he is one of the acts playing at Gisborne's Rhythm and Vines Festival, a three-day event which is expected to attract around 20,000 people.