Depeche Mode new album and 2017 tour

The veteran electronic band has just revealed their upcoming album, “Spirit”, is coming out spring 2017.

Their 14th studio album, and first since 2013’s “Delta Machine”, is made in collaboration with producer James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco.

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“He’s helped us to make what we feel is a very incredible sounding record. He was able to really guide us.” – said singer Dave Gahan.

 

Depeche Mode  also announced their Euro tour between May and July of next year. Proceeds from the tour will go to charity: water. On 11th of November, the band will release “Video Singles Collection”, an assemblage of all the music videos they’ve ever produced.

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Depeche Mode 2017 Global Spirit Tour Dates

 

May 5 – Friends Arena – Stockholm, Sweden

May 7 – Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Netherlands

May 9 – Sportpaleis – Antwerp, Belgium

May 12 – Stade Charles-Ehrmann – Nice, France

May 14 – Dvorana Stožice – Ljubljana, Slovenia

May 17 – Terra Vibe Park – Athens, Greece

May 20 – Štadión Pasienky – Bratislava, Slovakia

May 22 – Groupama Aréna – Budapest, Hungary

May 24 – Eden Aréna – Prague, Czech Republic

May 27 – Festwiese – Leipzig, Germany

May 29 – Stade Pierre-Mauroy – Lille, France

May 31 – Telia Parken – Copenhagen, Denmark

 

June 3 – London Stadium – London, United Kingdom

June 5 – RhienEnergieStadion – Cologne, Germany

June 9 – Olympiastadion – Munich, Germany

June 11 – HDI Arena – Hannover, Germany

June 18 – Letzigrund Stadion – Zurich, Switzerland

June 20 – Commerzbank-Arena – Frankfurt, Germany

June 22 – Olympiastadion – Berlin, Germany

June 25 – Stadio Olimpico – Rome, Italy

June 27 – Stadio San Siro – Milan, Italy

June 29 – Stadio Rentao Dall’Ara – Bologna, Italy

 

July 1 – Stade de France – Paris, France

July 4 – Veltins-Arena Gelsenkirchen, Germany

July 6 – BBK Live Festival – Bilbao, Spain

July 8 – NOS Alive Festival – Lisbon, Portugal

July 13 – SKK – St. Petersburg, Russia

July 15 – Otkritie Arena – Moscow, Russia

July 17 – Minsk-Arena – Minsk, Belarus

July 19 – Olimpyskiy Natiolan Sports Complex – Kiev, Ukraine

July 21 – PGE Narodowy – Warsaw, Poland

July 23 – Cluj Arena – Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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