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Dec 16, 2021

Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan and Soulsavers (aka Rich Machin) have shared a video for their cover of the 1966 James Carr single “The Dark End of the Street.” More

Oct 08, 2021

Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan and Soulsavers (aka Rich Machin) have teamed up once again and are releasing a new covers album, the fittingly entitled Imposter, on November 12 via Columbia. Now they have shared its first single, a cover of Cat Power’s 1998 song “Metal Heart.” It was shared via a black & white video featuring in-the-studio footage. More

Oct 04, 2021

Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan and Soulsavers (aka Rich Machin) have teamed up once again and have announced a new covers album, the fittingly entitled Imposter. The album features covers of songs by Neil Young, Bob Dylan, PJ Harvey, Charlie Chaplin, Cat Power, Mark Lanegan, and others. More

Dec 10, 2015

Back in 2012 Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan teamed up with British duo Soulsavers for the collaborative album The Light the Dead Sea. Back in October they did it again with Angels & Ghosts released via Columbia. Now they have shared a video for “Shine.” More

Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan Announces Another Album with Soulsavers, Shares “All of This and Nothing”

Angels & Ghosts Due Out October 23 via Columbia, Tour Dates Announced

Sep 10, 2015

Back in 2012 Depeche Mode frontman Dave Gahan teamed up with British duo Soulsavers for the collaborative album The Light the Dead Sea. Now they have done it again, with the trio announcing Angels & Ghosts (a very Gahan-esque title) for an October 23 release via Columbia. More




Reviews

Dec 24, 2021

The relief in Dave Gahan’s voice when he is working with Soulsavers is palpable. Without the weight of his formidable primary band, Depeche Mode, Gahan stretches to a much more vulnerable place with his vocals. And when he’s singing words penned by artists entirely unrelated to him, as he does on their latest album, Imposter, that freedom takes on a whole other level of release. More

Oct 22, 2015

Depeche Mode‘s Dave Gahan tapped into another side of himself when he joined fellow Brits, production duo Soulsavers, for their 2012 album, The Light the Dead See. A noted shift away from the dance-pop electronics of his primary group, Soulsavers’ dusty, organic sounds allowed Gahan to bare his soul and forced the listener to bare theirs.