Iconic synth-pop band Depeche Mode has announced an extensive tour in the UK, Ireland, and Europe as part of their ongoing world tour in support of their latest album, “Momento Mori.” This tour marks their first album in five years and the first since the passing of co-founder Andy Fletcher in May 2022. The tour will take place from January to April next year.
The “Momento Mori” tour will kick off in London on January 22, followed by performances in Manchester, Birmingham, and Glasgow. Depeche Mode will then take their captivating live show to various cities across Europe, including Paris, Berlin, Dublin, Amsterdam, Antwerp, Prague, Lodz, Budapest, Madrid, Lisbon, Copenhagen, Turin, and culminating with two nights in Cologne.
Throughout the tour, Depeche Mode has partnered with Hublot to support the Conservation Collective, an initiative promoting environmental efforts such as reducing single-use plastics and waste at events.
In February, the band performed their first live concert since Fletcher’s passing at the SanRemo Festival in Italy, where they showcased their rendition of “Ghosts Again.” They also made a notable appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” performing their iconic hit “Personal Jesus.” In addition to “Ghosts Again,” their singles “My Cosmos Is Mine” and “Wagging Tongue” from the “Momento Mori” album have been released, with the latter receiving a music video in May.
Fans can look forward to an unforgettable tour experience as Depeche Mode continues to captivate audiences worldwide with their electrifying performances and timeless music.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology