Depeche Mode to head out on tour after triumphant London stadium show

Written by / June 09, 2017

Synth-pop legends Depeche Mode will hit the road in November to play shows in Manchester, Birmingham and London. And judging by their London Stadium show last weekend, you're gonna want to get a ticket quick.

As NME reported: "backed by cinematic footage created by Anton Corbijn, the ever-animated Dave Gahan was on the finest of form as he led the trio through an epic and career-spanning set – packed with rock classics and fan favourites...An early highlight came when he incorporated the rap from Grandmaster Flash’s ‘The Message’ into ‘Barrel Of A Gun’, before the Jacques Lu Cont’s Remix’ version of ‘A Pain That I’m Used To’. The momentum never relented, with recent single ‘Where’s The Revolution’ chiming with the mood of the audience at large ahead of the (general election) and already being received as an old favourite, while ‘Everything Counts’, ‘Enjoy The Silence’ and ‘Never Let Me Down Again’ gave the first set the kind of stately ending that only Depeche Mode can." 

The Telegraph said, "Depeche Mode managed something you don’t often experience at such large gigs: I could not see a single member of the crowd, from the front to the back of the enormous stadium floor to the very top of the place’s towering stands, without their arms aloft".

And looks like you lot agreed: 


Depeche Mode will play Manchester Arena on 17th November, Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham on 19th November and The O2, London on 22nd November. Tickets are on sale now - don't miss this one. 



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