Depeche Mode are back with news of a new album, ‘Spirit’, their first since 2013’s ‘Delta Machine’. The album is preceded by new single ‘Where’s The Revolution’, which will drop on Friday 3rd February. The album, meanwhile, will hit shelves on 17th March through Columbia Records.

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‘Spirit’ marks Depeche Mode’s first collaboration with Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford, who’s produced the album. ‘Spirit’ looks likely to be a big release for the band, certainly if the reception of ‘Delta Machine’ is anything to go by. That album debuted at #1 in 12 countries, so it seems a safe bet to assume that the band is expecting similar success with ‘Spirit’.

The album’s release will be accompanied by a lengthy world tour, the first leg of which has already been announced, with tickets on sale right now. The tour sees the band give Europe thorough coverage, with countries to be visited including Slovenia, Greece, Denmark and Spain – to name a few – although there’s currently only one UK date booked, in London. The band have will be touring North and South America over the summer, although details have not yet been announced.

Full details of Depeche Mode’s tour can be found the band’s website.

Depeche Mode announce new album, first single to be released on Friday

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