New Depeche Mode video
2013-02-01 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 16 Comments

Depeche Mode have released the official video for "Heaven" the first single off Delta Machine, due out on March 26.

The music video was directed by Timothy Saccenti and it can be viewed on the band's official website at http://heaven.depechemode.com/

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henryChinaski
February 1st 2013

2682 Comments


Good song.

Acanthus
February 1st 2013

9537 Comments


Youtube link for lazy - http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Fy7FzXLin7o#at=24

Really nice vibes on this track, his voice is still stellar.

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CutMan
February 1st 2013

1766 Comments


Yeah, he's still got a killer voice. Good song, glad these guys are still around.

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MisterTornado
Contributing Reviewer
February 1st 2013

4507 Comments


no strangelove that's for sure

DirEnRefused
February 1st 2013

2134 Comments


His voice is still fantastic.

cpimentel986
February 1st 2013

82 Comments


Now, this is very nice. Guitar + Digital Sound equals Something For Everyone

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 1st 2013

3331 Comments


The song is really cool, I can't wait for the record to be out.

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bloc
February 1st 2013

34669 Comments


Thanks for the link, Acanthus ;)

Agreed with everyone, probably some of the best vocals on the planet. Song is really good. I wasn't quite sure they could write a ballad that could hold my attention anymore but hey...

The b-side to this single, All That's Mine, is pretty strong too.

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Acanthus
February 2nd 2013

9537 Comments


I'm just liking forward to some older synth sensibilities.

WhiteNoise
February 2nd 2013

3041 Comments


I actually quite enjoyed that, interested in the new record.

Now an Australian tour...THAT would be incredible!

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ViperAces
February 2nd 2013

12376 Comments


pretty good i guess, never really liked depeche mode

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
February 2nd 2013

49788 Comments


good

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VermicideReloadead
February 2nd 2013

1433 Comments


Better than their last work, somehow it reminds me anything made in ultra or playing the angel

Kaleid
February 2nd 2013

710 Comments


Very much a grower. It's not immediate, but it's a catchier song than you think after a first listen.

@WhiteNoise - after the US tour leg, it'll be just in time for the Australian summer festivals. It's a possibility they could finally return (I think the last time was '94, so you guys are well overdue for one)

SnazSpaz
February 2nd 2013

104 Comments


Sweet, my second cousins Dad is in this band

KILL
February 2nd 2013

70573 Comments


its ok

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