Dave Gahan & Soulsavers live in Berlin: 360 degrees for everyone

Depeche Mode singer Dave Gahan is coming to Berlin for a concert and will present his new album “Imposter” on December 13, 2021 in the Admiralspalast. Of course, his Soulsavers will also be there.

It will be the first and only presentation of the album in Germany. However, fans can also experience the concert worldwide from 8 p.m. in the free live stream on magenta-musik-360.de, even in 360 degrees. The appearance will also be shown on dabeiTV at MagentaTV.

“It is a great gift that we can present the new album live in the Admiralspalast during these times,” says Dave Gahan.

Gahan’s new album “Imposter” features newly interpreted songs from different genres and eras. These include songs by rock greats such as Bob Dylan and Neil Young, as well as by the British songwriter PJ Harvey. Each of these pieces has a deep personal meaning to him, according to Gahan. The album was recorded in November 2019 in Malibu, in the famous Shangri-La recording studio. Gahan received musical support from a ten-piece band.

After the albums “The Light the Dead See” (2012) and “Angels & Ghosts” (2015), “Imposters” is the third LP on which Gaham worked with the Soulsalvers.

Update from Magenta:

The street gig with Dave Gahan is currently taking place. The concert will be shown in a free live stream from 8 p.m. worldwide on magenta-musik-360.de and on dabeiTV on MagentaTV. The show will subsequently be available on demand at MagentaMusik 360 and in MagentaTV’s megathek. We want to entertain people even in these difficult times. Unfortunately, due to the very dynamic Corona situation, we cannot answer at the moment whether spectators can experience the concert live on site. We monitor the infection process very closely and are in contact with the responsible authorities. We will inform you in due time whether and how spectators can follow the concert in the Admiralspalast.

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