- Published Mar 20, 2013 in The Scene
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Depeche Mode, the synth-rock band your parents used to listen to but won’t admit it, just put out their 13th record. Ask and ye shall stream.
Take a college-level philosophy class and you will be required to answer the question, If a Depeche Mode album drops and no one is around to care, does it still make a sound?
The answer is out there somewhere. All we know is, if you’re around to care, you can care a week earlier than the rest of the world if you buy it on iTunes and get the link to stream it a week before it actually comes out.
For those of you with a penchant for nostalgia and 9 extra bucks, behold Delta Machine, release number 13 from the dynamic duo from Essex. This one is described as brooding and soulful. As if they didn’t use those adjectives on the last twelve, right?
This is the part where one more paragraph would really tie things up nicely but we honestly can’t think of anything else to say about Depeche Mode other than they look pretty good in leather pants if you’re into that sort of thing.