Watch Nine Inch Nails Debut “Find My Way” & “Copy Of A” At Fuji Rock Festival

Tom Breihan | July 26, 2013 - 1:41 pm

Early this morning, the reactivated Nine Inch Nails played a set at Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival, their first live show since Trent Reznor decided it was time to bring back his dormant project. At the festival, the band debuted its new stage setup, which, as Reznor recently told The New York Times, was partly inspired by the Talking Heads’ concert film Stop Making Sense. And Reznor also debuted something else: “Find My Way,” which follows the great “Came Back Haunted” as the second song we’ve heard from the forthcoming NIN comeback album Hesitation Marks. Like “Came Back Haunted,” “Find My Way” is a moody, meditative, fully atmospheric synthpop track, and it’s got none of the cathartic crunch of so many of Reznor’s old songs. It’s a very pretty piece of music, and you can watch the band performing it — with very good audio — below. (UPDATE: Audio from another new song, “Copy Of A,” is now below as well.)

“Find My Way”

(via Consequence Of Sound)

“Copy Of A” (Audio Only)

Hesitation Marks is out 9/3 on Columbia.