Hear Nine Inch Nails' Studio Version of 'Find My Way'

'Hesitation Marks' song surfaces in radio rip

Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails performs in Biddinghuizen, Netherlands.
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August 23, 2013 10:05 AM ET

Nine Inch Nails have been playing new song "Find My Way" in concert, now the studio version of the tune has surfaced thanks to a radio rip from the BBC. The haunting, ambient Hesitation Marks track features Trent Reznor singing in a near-whisper. It's a departure from other songs that have emerged from the new album, including "Everything," which came out last week, and earlier cuts "Copy of A" and "Came Back Haunted." 

Nine Inch Nails Offer Sneak Peek of Epic New Tour

Nine Inch Nails will kick off an arena tour in September following the release of Hesitation Marks on September 3rd.

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