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Depeche Mode Announces New Live Dates


July 10 — Depeche Mode recently launched a worldwide tour in support of it’s new album, Memento Mori, and this week, the band announced it is extending the tour into the new year.

The band announced the tour, which is underway now, will bring the duo back to Europe in 2024, with the first date of the newly announced leg being Jann. 22 in London, UK. The new tour schedule runs through April 5 in Cologne, Germany and also features stops across Europe in cities, such as Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Madrid, Spain and Copenhagen, Denmark.

The tour’s schedule is noted below. Tickets are available here.

Winter 2024 European Shows – Just Announced

January 22 — London, UK — O2 Arena
January 24 —  Birmingham, UK — Utilita Arena
January 29 —  Manchester, UK — AO Arena
January 31 —  Glasgow, UK — OVO Hydro
February 3 —  Dublin, IE — 3Arena
February 6 —  Antwerp, BE — Sportpaleis
February 8 —  Amsterdam, NL — Ziggo Dome
February 10 —  Copenhagen, DK — Royal Arena
February 13 —  Berlin, DE — Mercedes-Benz Arena
February 15 —  Berlin, DE — Mercedes-Benz Arena
February 17 —  Hamburg, DE — Barclays Arena
February 22 —  Prague, CZ — O2 Arena
February 24 —  Prague, CZ — O2 Arena
February 27 —  Lodz, PL — Atlas Arena
February 29 —  Lodz, PL — Atlas Arena
March 3 —  Paris, FR — Accor Arena
March 5 —  Paris, FR — Accor Arena
March 7 —  Munich, DE — Olympiahalle
March 12 —  Madrid, ES — Wizink Center
March 14 —  Madrid, ES — Wizink Center
March 16 —  Barcelona, ES — Palau Sant Jordi
March 19 —  Lisbon, PT — Altice Arena
March 21 —  Bilbao, ES — BEC
March 23 —  Torino, IT — Pala Alpitour
March 26 —  Budapest, HU — MVM Dome
March 28 —  Milan, IT — Mediolanum Forum
March 30 —  Milan, IT — Mediolanum Forum
April 3 —  Cologne, DE — Lanxess Arena
April 5 —  Cologne, DE — Lanxess Arena

Depeche Mode debuted ‘Wagging Tongue‘, the latest single from its new album in May, alongside its visualizer.

The visualization, it would seem, is a representation of how many couples might get their frustrations out but neither is really understanding and hearing the other. That is just this critic’s interpretation. This seems the case as the couple goes back to their house and go right back to the unhappiness that led them to take part in the ritual in the first place in the video’s end.

The musical arrangement featured in the song is familiar to audiences, what with its use of electronics, keyboards, and its distinctly melancholy mood.

No information was provided about the song’s lyrical theme in the news release announcing the video’s debut. The lyrics provided with the video hint at someone being fed up with another person, telling that person that he/she will not bring the main subject down mentally and emotionally.

In other news, Depeche Mode is in the midst of a tour in support of its new album. The tour is making its way through Europe and the United Kingdom for its current leg. The band is scheduled to launch the North American leg of its tour Sept. 21 in Mexico City, Mexico. The North American leg of the tour is scheduled to end Dec. 12 in Los Angeles, CA.

More information on Depeche Mode’s tour, single, video, and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news t: