(Columbia Records; New York, NY; February 21, 2017) Iconic, multi-platinum musical pioneers Depeche Mode will be releasing a 5-track CD featuring remixes of their new single “Where’s the Revolution” on March 3rd. The release will be available physically in stores and through all digital and streaming services. A special 9-track, double LP collection of remixes of “Where’s the Revolution” will be released April 28. “Where’s the Revolution” is the debut track from Depeche Mode’s upcoming 14th studio album, Spirit, and their first new music in four years. See below for track listing of both remix collections.
Spirit was produced by James Ford of Simian Mobile Disco, and is scheduled for global release on March 17. The album marks the band’s first collaboration with Ford (Foals, Florence & The Machine, Arctic Monkeys) and serves as the follow up to the band’s blockbuster 2013 album Delta Machine, which debuted at #1 in 12 countries.
Depeche Mode will support the release of Spirit with an extensive world tour – the Global Spirit Tour. The first leg kicks off May 5th in Stockholm, Sweden and will stop at stadiums in 21 countries across Europe before continuing beyond summer with shows in North and South America. For the full summer tour schedule and to sign up to receive announcements about upcoming news and tour dates, please visit www.depechemode.com.
Track listing for 5-Track CD, 3/3 release:
1 Where’s the Revolution
2 Where’s the Revolution (Ewan Pearson Remix)
3 Where’s the Revolution (Algiers Remix)
4 Where’s the Revolution (Terence Fixmer Remix)
5 Where’s the Revolution (Autolux Remix)
Track listing for 9-Track Double LP, 4/28 release:
1. Where’s the Revolution (Autolux Remix)
2. Where’s the Revolution (Pearson Sound Remix)
1. Where’s the Revolution (Algiers Remix)
2. Where’s the Revolution (Simian Mobile Disco Remix)
3. Where’s the Revolution (Pearson Sound Beatless Remix)
1. Where’s the Revolution Where’s The Revolution (Simian Mobile Disco Dub)
2. Where’s the Revolution (Terence Fixmer Spatial mix)
1. Where’s the Revolution (Patrice Bäumel Remix)
2. Where’s the Revolution (Ewan Pearson Kompromat Dub)