Depeche Mode today premiered a second music video for its new single “Heaven,” a stripped-down, black-and-white, in-the-studio clip that debuted on NPR Music. Check it out here (and watch the original video again, too). The track is the first single released from the upcoming Delta Machine, which is due out March 26.
This week’s new releases include the long-awaited new album from My Bloody Valentine, the new Depeche Mode single, a 10-disc Roxy Music box set, vinyl reissues of Bauhaus’ first two albums, a new studio effort from Chris Stamey of The dB’s, a collection of Bjork remixes and Julian Cope’s reissue of ‘St. Julian.’
A day after Depeche Mode’s new single “Heaven” leaked all over the web, the band has now premiered the music video for the lead-off track from the upcoming ‘Delta Machine.’ The single, B-side “All That’s Mine” and a number of remixes go on sale digitally via retailers on Friday, with CD singles out Tuesday.
Depeche Mode’s new single “Heaven” is set to premiere this Friday, but the highly anticipated lead-off from the upcoming Delta Machine has leaked, along with its accompanying B-side “All That’s Mine.” Check them both out here while they last via Philly’s Radio 104.5; the tracks go on sale digitally.
This week’s new releases include the digital debut of Depeche Mode’s new single “Heaven,” off the upcoming ‘Delta Machine,’ plus Sugar’s eight-record box set called, naturally, ‘A Box of Sugar,’ and featuring the first-ever vinyl pressings of the ‘Besides’ comp and the ‘Joke is Always On Us, Sometimes’ live album.
Depeche Mode today announced it will release its 13th studio album — a 13-track effort titled ‘Delta Machine’ that was produced by Ben Hillier and mixed by Flood— worldwide on March 26, to be preceded by the first single “Heaven,” which will receive its world premiere on Vevo on Feb. 1.
Depeche Mode hasn’t offered much information yet on its upcoming 13th studio album — it’s due in March, but no title, tracklist or cover art has been revealed — but that could soon be changing as the band is expected to release “Heaven,” the record’s first single, on Feb. 5, according to listings at Amazon sites worldwide.