Depeche Mode confirm new album and world tour for 2016

11 October, 2016 in News

Depeche Mode

Catch Depeche Mode on tour and hear their new album next year: Image by Nir Nussbaum. Creative Commons

Synth-pop legends announce they’ll release their first album since 2013s’ ‘Delta Machine’ and head out on a huge global tour

Depeche Mode fans sit down (you’ll need to) because your excitement levels are going to head into faint level. Next year the synth-pop gods will not only be releasing a brand new album, they’ll also be heading out on tour across the globe.

Entitled Spirit, the band’s 14th studio album is their first since 2013s’ Delta Machine. Speaking of the record, frontman Dave Gahan said: “We’re exceptionally proud of Spirit’s sound and energy, and we’re excited to get back on tour to share it with our fans around the world.”

The group will also head out on a 31 date tour in support of Spirit next year. You can see the full dates of Depeche Mode’s 2017 tour below:

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

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