Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross: Juno spacecraft song released
Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor and composer Atticus Ross shared a new track Thursday. “Juno” honors NASA’s Juno spacecraft, which will arrive in Jupiter’s orbit on July 4 after a five-year journey to the planet. The track premiered exclusively via Reznor’s preferred Apple Music.
Reznor and Ross have previously collaborated on multiple Nine Inch Nails albums, as well as the acclaimed soundtracks for The Social Network, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, and Gone Girl.
Reznor recently made headlines for slamming YouTube’s business as “very disingenuous,” but he promised late last year that new Nine Inch Nails music would arrive in 2016. The rocker also announced a limited-edition book around the same time.
Reznor and Ross weren’t the only musicians to pay tribute to the Juno Mission on Thursday: Weezer, who are fresh off a new album, shared “I Love the U.S.A.” to celebrate the spacecraft’s imminent Jupiter arrival.
Check out Reznor and Ross’ “Juno” below.