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Depeche Mode To Release New Single ‘Ghosts Again’ Ahead of ‘Memento Mori’ Album

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By Frederic Egersdörfer

Published Thursday, 02 February 2023 08:23

Depeche Mode will release their 15th studio album Memento Mori on March 17th. The album will be preceded by the lead single 'Ghosts Again' which will be released on February 3rd.

Depeche Mode’s 15th studio album, Memento Mori was produced by James Ford and Marta Salogni. James Ford also produced the band’s previous album, Spirit.

The first impression of the single’s elements is found in a remixed unofficial version by Germany’s finest remixer Dominatrix of course. Watch the video below...

Italian record producer, Marta Salogni is a mixer and recording engineer, who has worked with Björk, M.I.A., Groove Armada and Django Django to name but a few. As an engineer, Salogni worked with producers such as Danton Supple and David Wrench. Alongside Wrench, she has worked on projects with The xx, Goldfrapp, and Tracey Thorn’s 2018 Record alongside producer Ewan Pearson.

English record producer, James Ford, a songwriter and musician, is known for being a member of Simian Mobile Disco and The Last Shadow Puppets. Ford is also known for his production work with the Arctic Monkeys, Foals, Florence and the Machine, Haim, Gorillaz, Klaxons, Jessie Ware and Kylie Minogue.

In other news, Dave Gahan and Kurt Uenala’s cover of The Raveonettes’ 'Chains' is available now. The song originally appeared on The Raveonettes' debut Whip It On from 2002 and the new version will be included on the re-worked version of the album Rip It Off out on vinyl later this year alongside other artists such as MØ, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Black Angels, Trentemøller and more.

Here is the track.

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About Depeche Mode

Pioneering English band Depeche Mode took the underground electronic club sounds of the early '80s and expanded them to stadium-sized levels within a decade, becoming one of the best-selling international groups in the process.
One of the first acts to establish a musical identity based completely around the use of synthesizers, they debuted with a bouncy electro-pop spirit which gradually developed into a darker, more dramatic synth-rock style that ultimately positioned them as one of the quintessential alternative bands of their era.
Depeche Mode remained a fixture on the international Top Ten with hit '90s albums such as the classic Violator and their first U.S./U.K. number one, the grunge-influenced Songs of Faith and Devotion.

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