Good news for people who love good music — Depeche Mode are thrilled to announce their upcoming U.S. tour with an aim to support critically acclaimed Spirit LP. After ample teasing with high-anticipated 14th studio release 'Spirit' on 17 March 2017, the electronic and synth-pop band from Basildon, Essex have detailed the victory leg of their Global Spirit Tour. From the very beginning, Depeche Mode built up their music reputation as the dominant force within the electronic music scene.
Their well-known iconic albums Black Celebration (1986), Music for the Masses (1987), Violator (1990) and others had changed the whole music era and all the pre-existing picture of music. By the way, Depeche Mode sophomore LP 'Spirit' not losing ground but only adds more amusement and a foundation for thinking about its meaning. For the most part, all the songs were written by extremely talented guitarist and keyboardist Martin Lee Gore along with lead vocalist Dave Gahan. The special attention should be paid to single 'Cover Me':
As a matter of fact, Global Spirit Tour already managed to light brightly Europe during summer 2017 and gathered more than 1.5 million fans in 32 cities now the turn has come for the U.S. Consequently, the trek kicks off in the city of Anaheim, Calif. at the Honda Center on May 22 and wraps up in Toronto, Ontario at Air Canada Centre on June 11. On the run of tours dates will also lie ahead such U.S. cities, as Sacramento, San Antonio, Tulsa, Chicago, Philadelphia, Brooklyn and Boston. The full list of cities and dates can be found below.