British musician/producer Rob Marshall has tapped Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan to sing “Shock Collar,” a shimmering guitar rocker that appears on the forthcoming self-titled debut album from Marshall’s guest-laden project Humanist.
You can hear the song below via its music video. The Humanist album, also featuring vocals by Mark Lanegan, Ride’s Mark Gardener, John Robb of The Membranes and more, is due out Feb. 21.
For more on the project, check out this interview with Marshall about working with Gahan from our friends at Strangeways Radio.
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