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
Dropping the synths for Soulsavers’ beefed up guitars, Basildon’s Elvis is too charismatic to blend in with the band
Source : Dave Gahan & Soulsavers review – Depeche Mode reframed as widescreen rock | Music | The Guardian
Gahan’s second collaboration with UK production outfit.
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.
Source : Stream: Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan’s new album with Soulsavers Angles & Ghosts | Consequence of Sound
The former Depeche Mode frontman teams up with Soulsavers again for more stadium-ready, doom-laden ballads
Source : Dave Gahan & Soulsavers: Angels & Ghosts review – doomy ballads from Depeche Mode frontman | Music | The Guardian
Dave Gahan has taken a break from touring the world and beyond with Depeche Mode for his second album with the Soulsavers team, Angels and Ghosts, as he talks to Ned Raggett about the new album, his songwriting process and taking time out from Depeche Mode
Source : The Quietus | News | INTERVIEW: Dave Gahan
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.”
Source : Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan Talks New Soulsavers Album: Video | Billboard
Depeche Mode singer gets into a hopeful new groove with U.K. producers
Source : Dave Gahan, Soulsavers’s New Album: Angels & Ghosts | Rolling Stone
Source : Q&A: Dave Gahan, Depeche Mode and Soulsavers – The Scotsman
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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Dave Gahan, lead singer of legendary English band Depeche Mode, talks to the WSJ’s Lee Hawkins about his new album with electronic duo Soulsavers and his upcoming tour around the project.
Source : Depeche Mode’s Gahan Discusses, Soulsavers, DM Future
The Depeche Mode frontman on Jeremy Corbyn, spiritual advice, his work with Soulsavers, loving Lana Del Rey and the power of Judge Judy
Source : Dave Gahan: ‘People would throw bags of drugs on stage’ | Music | The Guardian