With Gahan at the helm again, Soulsavers' new record explores catharsis, redemption, and embracing life in all its madness.
Source : The Demon Days Are Done: Depeche Mode's Dave Gahan On Soulsavers and the Stage as a Sacred Space | NOISEY
Harmonix vient d’annoncer l’arrivée de célèbres hits des années 80 sur le Music Store Rock Band 4 pour aujourd’hui, mardi 27 octobre sur Xbox One et PlayStation4, avec notamment des musiques de Depeche Mode, INXS, et Naked Eyes.
Les joueurs de Rock Band 4 pourront célébrer les années 80 avec des classiques rock tels que “People Are People” de Depeche Mode, le premier single du groupe sortie en 1984 aux Etats-Unis. Il y aura aussi sur le Music Store Rock Band “What You Need” de INXS, leur hit au classement Billboard de 1985. Et pour finir, l’accrocheur “Always Something There To Remind Me” de Naked Eyes sera également présent.
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Everyone needs a break from the norm sometimes, and Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan is no different. Though his mainstay outfit is known for its influence on the electronic end of the new wave genre, his collaborative side-project with Soulsavers plays with alternative rock in a desert sandbox. The musicians first came together for 2012’s The Light The Dead See, and now they’re back with their latest effort, Angels & Ghosts.
He spoke to Billboard about "Angels & Ghosts," the new album from his side project, Dave Gahan & Soulsavers.Dave Gahan’s parents made him go to church when he was little, and the eventual Depeche Mode frontman didn’t like it much. But hey, he thinks the gospel music helped a little bit.
“One thing I really loved about it was the music,” Gahan tells Billboard. “And I was forced to sing. Maybe that’s where I got my chops… I think there’s always been a spiritual sense to Depeche Mode’s music.”
Dave Gahan, 53, is best known for being the frontman of Depeche Mode since they formed in 1980. He’s also released a handful of solo albums, as well as collaborations with Soulsavers, the most-recent of which is, Angels & Ghosts, released on Friday, October 23
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"No plans at the moment but I'm not ruling out Martin (Gore) and I being back in the studio at some point next year," he explained. "I know he's started a bit of writing and I've started a little bit of writing as well. I did see him recently and we talked a little bit about getting together later this year just to sort of have a chat about what that might be."
"Look, there's going to be another Depeche record. We're not done," he insisted. "We always have that feeling... after a tour, you're like: I'm done. And then suddenly this feeling starts coming up again, like, well we could have made a better record or we could have worked with that guy or we could have done this or we could have done that. There's still that nagging feeling that I have with Martin. And I think that between us Martin and I are just starting to scratch at something that's a little different between us. We're much more of a team these days than we've ever been, which has taken a long time."