The group Depeche Mode will release a new album and go on tour in 2023, Orphan of Andy Fletcher

British synthetic pop pioneer Depeche Mode will release a new album in 2023, followed by a world tour, their first in five years.

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Depeche Mode, an orphan of its founding member Andy Fletcher, who died last May at the age of 60, will be released in March this year remember death singer Dave Gahan announced her 15th studio album on October 4th in Berlin.

Inspired by both the pandemic and the loss of Fletcher, the album will precede a tour, the band’s 19th, beginning in March in California, Sacramento. “We have the opportunity to make music and play for you, hoping to bring you a sense of joy and solidarity in our small setting, in a world that seems to be constantly in some form of turmoil.‘ Gahan explained during a press conference.

Depeche Mode has sold over 100 million records worldwide. To his greatest hits Just can’t get enough, Everything counts, Don’t ever disappoint me againWhere walk in my shoes. Pioneers of synthetic pop in the early 1980s, they developed this genre to break free from it, opening up to guitars in the early 1990s.

The group had immense success with the album infringer (1990), which specifically includes the tubes Personal Jesus and Enjoy the silence. The band originally consisted of Vince Clarke (keyboardist and songwriter), Martin Gore (guitarist, keyboardist and songwriter, sometimes also vocalist), Andy Fletcher (keyboardist) and Dave Gahan (singer and composer). Vince Clarke left the band in late 1981 and was replaced by Alan Wilder two years later.

Depeche Mode’s latest studio album, Spiritwas released in 2017, and was also followed by a tour of Europe and America.

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