‘Memento Mori’ is slated to arrive next spring

Depeche Mode 2022
Depeche Mode

Depeche Mode are back with a brand new studio album. While it doesn’t have an exact release date yet, Memento Mori is slated to arrive some time next spring via Columbia. It is the follow-up to their 2017 LP Spirit.

The new album is their first effort since the death of long-time keyboardist Andy Fletcher.

“We started work on this project early in the pandemic, and its themes were directly inspired by that time,” said Martin Gore. “After Fletch’s passing, we decided to continue as we’re sure this is what he would have wanted, and that has really given the project an extra level of meaning.”

Dave Gahan added, “Fletch would have loved this album. We’re really looking forward to sharing it with you soon, and we can’t wait to present it to you live at the shows next year.”

To support the album, Depeche Mode are embarking on a massive world tour. The North American leg kicks off on March 23, 2023, at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA. The European run begins on May 16 at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Tickets on sale starting this week. For full tour routing and ticket details, please visit depechemode.com.

Depeche Mode 2023 tour

3-23 Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
3-25 San Jose, CA – SAP Center
3-28 Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum
3-30 Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
4-2 San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
4-5 Chicago, IL – United Center
4-7 Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
4-9 Quebec City, QC – Videotron Centre
4-12 Montreal, QC – Centre Bell
4-14 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
5-16 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
5-20 Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis Antwerpen
5-23 Stockholm, Sweden – Friends Arena
5-26 Leipzig, Germany – Leipziger Festwiese
5-28 Bratislava, Slovakia – Národný Futbalový Štadión
5-31 Bordeaux, France – Matmut Atlantique
6-2 Barcelona, Spain – Primavera Sound Festival
6-4 Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel-Arena
6-6 Dusseldorf, Germany – Merkur Spiel-Arena
6-9 Madrid, Spain – Primavera Sound Festival
6-11 Bern, Switzerland – Stadion Wankdorf
6-14 Dublin, IE – Malahide Castle
6-17 London, England – Twickenham Stadium
6-20 Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
6-22 Lille, France – Stade Pierre Mauroy
6-24 Paris, France – Stade de France
6-27 Copenhagen, Denmark – Parken
6-29 Frankfurt, Germany – Deutsche Bank Park
7-4 Lyon, France – Groupama Stadium
7-7 Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion
7-12 Rome, Italy – Stadio Olympico
7-14 Milan, Italy – San Siro
7-16 Bologna, Italy – Stadio Renato Dall’Ara
7-21 Klagenfurt, Austria – Wörthersee Stadion
7-23 Zagreb, Croatia – Arena Zagreb
7-26 Bucharest, Romania – Arena Națională
7-28 Budapest, Hungary – Puskás Aréna
7-30 Prague, Czechia – Letňany Airport
8-2 Warsaw, Poland – PGE Narodowy
8-6 Tallinn, Estonia – Tallinna Lauluväljak
8-8 Helsinki, Finland – Kaisaniemen Puisto
8-11 Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena