Depeche Mode will premiere its latest Anton Corbijn-directed concert film “Spirits in the Forest” — filmed in Berlin at the final show of the band’s 2017-2018 Global Spirit Tour — in movie theaters around the world on Nov. 21. It’s being billed as a “one night only” event. Full details right here.
Depeche Mode tonight opened its Global Spirit Tour with a 22-song set in Stockholm that saw the group perform five songs on their new album Spirit, bring back “Everything Counts” after more than a decade and debut an understated cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes.” See the full setlist and video here.
Depeche Mode made its second foray onto late-night American television to promote its new album Spirit, appearing on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” on Monday night to perform “Where’s the Revolution.” The band played the same song last month on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
As Depeche Mode prepares to ramp up promotion of its new album Spirit and upcoming worldwide tour, the band is teasing a “special thank you show” in Hollywood next week that’s expected to be formally announced tomorrow. The band’s Global Spirit Tour opens May 5 in Stockholm.
Depeche Mode celebrated today’s release its 14th studio album Spirit with an hour-long performance in Berlin that was webcast live — and now you can watch a replay of the full 11-song set. The band performed four songs off the new album, a couple off 2009’s Sounds of the Universe and a clutch of ’90s and ’00s singles.
This week’s new releases include “Spirit,” the 14th studio album from Depeche Mode, the “Lloyd Cole in New York: Complete Recordings 1988-1996” 6-disc box set, including Cole’s ’90s solo albums and unreleased demos, plus a new solo album, “American Beauty,” by latter-era Ramones bassist CJ Ramone.
About two dozen Depeche Mode fans were treated to an unforgettable experience Monday when the band’s label bused them to a New York studio to watch — from just feet away — as the group played a 40-minute set in preparation for the upcoming Global Spirit Tour.
Depeche Mode’s new single “Where’s the Revolution” received its live debut Wednesday night when the band performed it on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” The track is the first released off the band’s upcoming 14th studio album, Spirit, which is due out on March 17.
Depeche Mode today announced the full North American leg of its upcoming Global Spirit Tour, a 28-date trek through the U.S. and Canada that put the synthpop vets in arenas and amphitheaters coast to coast from late August through late October. Pre-sales for the North American tour begin Monday.
With a European tour already announced, Depeche Mode are ramping up to unveil North American dates in support of their upcoming 14th studio album, Spirit — and they’re asking fans to reserve “a spot in line” for an upcoming ticket presale, then work to promote in order to move up in line.
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.