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© Yves-Marie Quemener/Archives Ouest France Dave Gahan, singer of the Depeche Mode group at the Vieilles Charrues festival on July 19, 2018.
The British group Announces the release of a new album for 2023, a few months after the disappearance of its founder Andy Fletcher. A world tour will follow, the group's first for five years. Four dates are planned in France.
Orphan of their founding member Andy Fletcher, The British group Depeche Mode, pioneer of synthetic pop, will release a new album in 2023, followed by a world tour, the first in five years.
A 19th world tour for group
entitled Memento Mori, this 15th studio album is expected to be released next March, the singer of the group Dave Gahan announced in Berlin on Tuesday October 4.
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Inspired both by the pandemic and by the loss of Fletcher, who died last May at 60, the album will precede a tour, the 19th of the group, which will start in March in California, in Sacramento.
"We have the opportunity to make music and play it for you, hoping to bring you a feeling of joy and solidarity, on our small scale, in a world that seems constantly in a certain form of Agitation ”, explained Gahan at a press conference.
Four dates in France
During this tour, the British group will give four concerts in France: May 31 in Bordeaux, June 22 in Lille, June 24 at the Stade de France and July 4 at the Groupama Stadium in Lyon.
Depeche Mode has sold more than one hundred million records worldwide. Among his biggest hits, Just Can’t Get Enough, Everything Counts, Never Let Me Down Again, or Walking in My Shoes.
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Pioneers of Synthetic Pop in the early 1980s, they made this genre evolve until it gets rid of it by opening up to guitars in the early 1990s.
The group was a huge success with the VIOLATOR album (1990), which includes in particular the personal hits Jesus and Enjoy the silence. Originally, the group included the keyboarder and songwriter Vince Clarke, the keyboardist, singer and songwriter Martin Gore, the keyboardist Andy Fletcher and the singer and composer Dave Gahan.
Vince Clarke left the group at the end of 1981 and was replaced two years later by Alan Wilder.
The latest Depeche Mode studio album, Spirit, was released in 2017, and was also followed by a tour in Europe and on the American continent.
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after DSDS and tour: Dieter Bohlen announces career-out so no one has expected that Dieter Bohlen announces his end of his career. After DSDS and his tour, it ends in May 2023. But for his fans, the pop titan wants to let it rip again. Cologne - 2023 will be his year! Dieter Bohlen is back behind the DSDS jury and then goes on a big tour with Pietro Lombardi. But at the same time there is also sad news from the pop titan: As he now reveals, Dieter Bohlen will end his career after the tour.