Depeche Mode Confirm New Album Release Date

depechemode1English electro band Depeche Mode have confirmed the release date of their upcoming fourteenth studio album ‘Spirit’. The record is set to be released on March 17, 2017 and will be supported by a brand new single this Friday (February 3).

Depeche Mode are one of the UK’s foremost electronic artists. They released their last studio album ‘Delta Machine’ back in 2013. The record became one the band’s most successful albums to date, peaking at number one in over twelve different countries worldwide and spawning the incredible singles ‘Heaven’, ‘Soothe My Soul’ and ‘Should Be Higher’.

Due to the success of ‘Delta Machine’, their upcoming album ‘Spirit’ is one of the bands most hotly anticipated records of the last decade. ‘Spirit’ is set to be the band’s second album released via Colombia Records and has been produced by Simian Mobile Disco’s James Ford.

Depeche Mode also announced recently that they are planning a huge world tour in support of the album.

Here is a full list of dates for the ‘Global Spirit Tour’:

May 5 – Stockholm, Sweden Friends Arena
May 7 – Amsterdam, Netherlands Ziggo Dome
May 9 – Antwerp, Belgium Sportpaleis
May 12 – Nice, France Stade Charles-Ehrmann
May 14 – Ljubljana, Slovenia Dvorana Stožice
May 17 – Athens, Greece Terra Vibe Park
May 20 – Bratislava, Slovakia Štadión Pasienky
May 22 – Budapest, Hungary Groupama Aréna
May 24 – Prague, Czech Republic Eden Aréna
May 27 – Leipzig, Germany Festwiese
May 29 – Lille, France Stade Pierre-Mauroy
May 31 – Copenhagen, Denmark Telia Parken
June 3 – London, United Kingdom London Stadium
June 5 – Cologne, Germany RheinEnergieStadion
June 9 – Munich, Germany Olympiastadion
June 11 – Hannover, Germany HDI Arena
June 18 – Zurich, Switzerland Letzigrund Stadion
June 20 – Frankfurt, Germany Commerzbank-Arena
June 22 – Berlin, Germany Olympiastadion
June 25 – Rome, Italy Stadio Olimpico
June 27 – Milan, Italy Stadio San Siro
June 29 – Bologna, Italy Stadio Rentao Dall’Ara
July 1 – Paris, France Stade de France
July 4 – Gelsenkirchen, Germany Veltins-Arena
July 6 – Bilbao, Spain BBK Live Festival
July 8 – Lisbon, Portugal NOS Alive Festival
July 13 – St. Petersburg, Russia SKK
July 15 – Moscow, Russia Otkritie Arena
July 17 – Minsk, Belarus Minsk-Arena
July 19 – Kiev, Ukraine Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex
July 21 – Warsaw, Poland PGE Narodowy
July 23 – Cluj-Napoca, Romania Cluj Arena

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