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depechemode wherestherevolution newsThe official Facebook page reports today: Depeche Mode to release single 'Where’s The Revolution' on February 3rd. New studio album 'Spirit' available globally on March 17th on Columbia Records.

Depeche Mode will release their much anticipated new single 'Where’s The Revolution' on Friday, February 3rd. The track, which Depeche Mode teased during their highly viewed press conference in Milan this past fall, is the first new music from theband in four years and the first offering from their impending 14th studio album, 'Spirit', which will be released globally on March 17th on Columbia Records.

'Spirit' marks the band’s first collaboration with producer James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco (Foals, Florence & The Machine, Arctic Monkeys) and serves as the follow up to the band’s blockbuster 2013 album 'Delta Machine' which debuted at #1 in 12 countries. The album has already garnered critical acclaim in early previews, with Q Magazine calling Spirit “the most energized Depeche Mode album in years”. Listen to 'Where's the Revolution' here:

'Spirit' Tracklist:

01. Going Backwards               
02. Where's the Revolution                                  
03. The Worst Crime                               
04. Scum                      
05. You Move                             
06. Cover Me                             
07. Eternal                                  
08. Poison Heart         
09. So Much Love                      
10. Poorman              
11. No More (This is the Last Time) 
12. Fail    
13. Cover Me (Alt Out)                         
14. Scum (Frenetic Mix)     
15. Poison Heart (Tripped Mix)       
16. Fail (Cinematic Cut)       
17. So Much Love (Machine Mix)

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Cover art: Anton Corbijn

Depeche Mode will support the release of the LP with an extensive world tour, giving both new and lifelong fans alike a chance to experience the band’s stunning live shows. The first leg of the Global Spirit Tour, on sale now, will see the band play to over 1.5 million fans at 34 shows in 21 countries throughout Europe. The tour kicks off May 5th in Stockholm, Sweden and will stop at stadiums across Europe before continuing beyond summer with shows in North and South America. For the full summer tour schedule and to sign up to receive announcements about upcoming tour dates, please visit

German Tour Dates
27.05.2017    Leipzig - Festwiese
05.06.2017    Köln - RheinEnergieStadion
07.06.2017    Dresden - Ostara Gehege
09.06.2017    München - Olympiastadion
11.06.2017    Hannover - HDI-Arena
12.06.2017    Hannover - HDI-Arena (additional Show)
20.06.2017    Frankfurt - Commerzbank-Arena
22.06.2017    Berlin - Olympiastadion
04.07.2017    Gelsenkirchen - Veltins-Arena

Source: Press Release

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