Video of the Moment #2295: Depeche Mode

By on Tuesday, 14th February 2017 at 6:00 pm

Dark electronic stalwarts Depeche Mode caused kids from the Eighties to get hot and bothered earlier this month when they revealed brand new music, their first since 2013’s ‘Delta Machine’. ‘Where’s the Revolution’ is of course tailor-made for these times, the 2017 counterpart to Muse‘s ‘Resistance’. In this new song, Dave Gahan and co. seems to be mocking, even berating political junkies, saying they’ve been let down by those who are courageous enough to act and indeed, rebel. The accompanying video, directed by longtime collaborator Anton Corbijn, shows the band’s disgust in front of the proletariat and empty displays of propaganda. Food for thought. The single is a preview of ‘Spirit’, their upcoming album out the 17th of March on Columbia Records.


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