In advance of March 17's upcoming new album Spirit, Depeche Mode dropped by the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for the live debut of "Where's the Revolution". Produced by James Ford (Florence and the Machine, Arctic Monkeys), Spirit marks the band's fourteenth overall effort and first in four years. Singer Dave Gahan recently spoke to Rolling
Simply put, Brit synth-pop-turned-electronic rock gods Depeche Mode were quite brilliant Tuesday night at Phoenix’s Ak-Chin Pavilion, the latest and second-to-last show of the U.S. leg of their Delta Machine World Tour. Anticipation was high, as singer Dave Gahan dramatically twirled his way onto the dark-lit stage, greeting the audience in song with Delta Machine’s
Depeche Mode has been releasing black-and-white performance clips for several songs off their latest album Delta Machine, and the recent video for “Goodbye” is no different. The group is depicted inside a sparse room with big windows that reveals a city skyline as they run through the bluesy number. Watch the band in action after the jump and visit their official website for a list of 2013 tour dates.
With their new album Delta Machine coming out last month, Depeche Mode was the featured act on the most-recent edition of Live on Letterman. The British electronic rockers performed several new tracks as well as a few classics from their extensive catalog. Check out the full performance and an interview about the making of Delta Machine after the jump.
Electro-rock legends Depeche Mode have returned with a video for their song “Heaven," which is the lead single from their upcoming album Delta Machine. Directed by Timothy Saccenti, features the band playing in a cathedral while images of a Tree of Life and masked figures are interspersed throughout. Delta Machine will be out March 26 before