Depeche Mode are one of the original electronic bands that emerged in the 1980’s and have remained in the music world ever since, constantly creating and inspiring. With an incredible fourteen studio albums, the band have been creating music since the release of their first album, Speak & Spell, which was released in 1981. Now in 2017, Depeche Mode are set to release their fourteenth studio album called Spirit. The album will be released on March 17th, two weeks after the band kick off their 2017 Global Spirit Tour in Europe.
Here is the track listing for Spirit:
- Going Backwards
- Where’s the Revolution
- The Worst Crime
- You Move
- Cover Me
- Poison Heart
- So Much Love
- No More (This Is the Last Time)
Depeche Mode will announce their 2017 North American Tour in the coming weeks. We will announce the dates here when the band release them, so stay tuned!
In case you needed another reason to wait for the release of the North American tour dates and grab a ticket to the Global Spirit Tour, the band have paired with Swiss sponsor and watch makers, Hublot, to raise money and awareness for Charity: Water, who provide safe drinking water to communities and people across the world.
Depeche Mode have already set their tour dates for Europe. Visiting countries predominately in central and western Europe, the band will head as far east as Romania and as far west as Portugal. The tour starts in early May in Stockholm, Sweden before wrapping up the first leg in late July in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. We hope they head over our way shortly afterwards…
As we eagerly await the North American leg of the Global Spirit Tour, we will just have to make do with the release of the album for now. With their incredible lyrics, electronic vibes, and strong personal messages, we are as excited as ever to hear the newest sound from Depeche Mode. Changing lives with their music since the early 1980’s, the band always know how to make us think, feel, and love.
In case you haven’t heard or seen the video for the newest song, Where’s the Revolution, here it is:
And to finish it off, one of our favourite Depeche Mode songs ever: