Depeche Mode’s long-awaited return has kicked into high gear, with a Live on Letterman performance tonight (March 11) that will be webcast live from NYC’s Ed Sullivan Theater starting at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Radio.com. The webcast will be followed by the band’s performance on The Late Show with David Letterman tonight.
After more than three decades, Depeche Mode is arguably still the most recognizable name in electronic music. On March 26, the band will release their eleventh studio full-length titled Delta Machine. In celebration of the new album, Depeche Mode will webcast their live performance from New York’s historic Ed Sullivan Theater Monday, March 11 at 8:00PM ET/5:00PM PT via CBS.com.
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KROQ Los Angeles morning show hosts Kevin & Bean were so excited to speak with the Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan that their introduction ended up three octaves too high followed by comedic apology and laughter. Calling in from New York, the English native remarked how incredibly chilly it’s been during the current cold snap, remarking, “Your hands feel like they’re going to fall off, it’s not fun.”
Word spread Monday that Depeche Mode’s first single titled “Heaven” from the forthcoming album Delta Machine would make its radio debut this Thursday. In a surprise move, the song was world premiered this morning by KROQ Los Angeles morning show hosts Kevin & Bean.
After announcing earlier this week that new single “Heaven” is set for release on February 5, electro-rock pioneers Depeche Mode have revealed Delta Machine as the title of their long-awaited 13th studio full-length, due to hit retailers on March 19.
Legendary synth-rock pioneers Depeche Mode have announced that “Heaven” will be the first single from the band’s still-untitled 13th studio album, due for a spring 2013 release. The new song is set to hit retailers on February 5.
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Break out the black eyeliner and S&M gear, electro-legends Depeche Mode are ready to hit the comeback trail with a new album and world tour in 2013.
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