Electronic-music giants Depeche Mode have revealed the full details of their upcoming 14th studio album, Spirit, which will be released March 17 in standard and deluxe formats, and is preceded by the just-released single “Where’s the Revolution” — which you can stream here.
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Depeche Mode announced this weekend that it will embark on another full-catalog vinyl reissue campaign this year, this time re-releasing each of the band’s studio albums on 180-gram platters, beginning this week with Some Great Reward, Black Celebration, Music for the Masses and Songs of Faith and Devotion.
Before rain snuffed out today’s final day, the Austin City Limits Music Festival ramped up for a second consecutive weekend, this time with many of the performances being webcast. Watch the full 90-minute set by Depeche Mode, an abbreviated version of the band’s standard Delta Machine tour set,
Depeche Mode’s global tour in support of new album Delta Machine opens its 24-date North American leg tonight in Detroit and, to mark the occasion, the band today debuted a live performance video for “Should Be Higher,” which has been expected to be the record’s third single.
Depeche Mode on Sunday performed to tens of thousands of fans at Rock Werchter 2013, playing an abbreviated version of its ‘Delta Machine Tour’ set during a nearly 90-minute headlining slot at the festival in Belgium. Watch the full show right here.
Depeche Mode opened its massive Delta Machine world tour tonight with a 23-song set that featured a healthy dose of material off the new album, the usual crowd pleasers (“Enjoy the Silence,” “Personal Jesus,” set closer “Never Let Me Down Again”) and some welcome callbacks.
The Depeche Mode promo juggernaut continued Friday night with the band performing a tiny club gig at The Troubadour in Los Angeles to a crowd of about 400 KROQ contest winners and VIPs — and then proceeding to stun fans with the first-ever live performance of “But Not Tonight.”
Depeche Mode returned to “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Wednesday night for a follow-up to the band’s 2009 mini-concert, performing a short five-song set for a throng of fans, including its Delta Machine singles “Soothe My Soul” and “Heaven,” both of which were broadcast on the late-night show.
Depeche Mode will warm up for the opening of its Delta Machine world tour in Nice, France, early next month with a just-announced free concert in Los Angeles this Friday at The Troubadour, a 400-capacity club that radio station KROQ is calling “the smallest venue the band has played in L.A…. EVER!”
Depeche Mode today premiered a live in-the-studio performance video for Delta Machine track “Soft Touch/Raw Nerve,” a clip that appears to have been filmed at the same time as the second video released for the album’s lead single, “Heaven.” Check out the new performance footage of “Soft Touch/Raw Nerve.”
The Delta Machine promotional blitz hit U.K. television Saturday night as Depeche Mode appeared on “The Jonathan Ross Show” for a 10-minute interview segment with the seemingly pants-less host and a black-and-white performance of the album’s first single, “Heaven.”
With their new album ‘Delta Machine’ out this week, Depeche Mode today announced a new stop on its North American tour — Oct. 6 in Las Vegas — suggesting that the band will be filling in that conspicuous nine-date gap between its Los Angeles shows and the tour-closing gig in Phoenix.
Depeche Mode’s new studio album ‘Delta Machine’ is released in the U.S. today, and the band is marking the occasion with the release of Yahoo! Music’s belated webcast of the band’s appearance at the South By Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas, on March 15. Check out the full 50-minute set.