Depeche Mode on new album ‘Momento Mori’, the loss of Andy Fletcher, and upcoming tour

Depeche mode on new album 'momento mori', the loss of andy fletcher, and upcoming tour

NME published this video item, entitled “Depeche Mode on new album ‘Momento Mori’, the loss of Andy Fletcher, and upcoming tour” – below is their description.

NME sat down with Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan at the Berlin launch of their hotly-anticipated new album ‘Momento Mori’, discussing how he came back from the bring of wanting to quit, finding joy in the studio with bandmate Martin Gore, dealing with the sad death of Andy Fletcher, and what to expect from the upcoming tour and years ahead.

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