On March 11 the English electronic music band Depeche Mode performed their single "Heaven" live on the late night CBS talk show, "Late Show with David Letterman". The band's performance was to support the release of their forthcoming studio album, "Delta Machine". You can watch Depeche Mode perform "Heaven" live on the "Late Show with David Letterman" here.
For the live performance lead vocalist Dave Gahan, guitarist Martin Gore, and keyboard player Andy Fletcher performed "Heaven" with a drummer and additional keyboard player. The band also performed a full 45-minute concert at the Ed Sullivan Theater for "Live on Letterman" which you can watch here. During their "Live on Letterman" concert Depeche Mode performed new songs and old hits such as "Should Be Higher," "Personal Jesus," "Walking in My Shoes," and "Angel".
The song "Heaven" is the lead single from the band's upcoming thirteenth studio album, "Delta Machine". The album is set to be released in the U.S. on March 26 via Columbia Records. They recently released an official music video for "Heaven" which you can watch here.
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