After two years of releases and tours, Dave gahan, Depeche Mode frontman, will once again collaborate with Soulsavers, the musical project led by British producers Rich Machin and Ian Glover. This new work will be a sequel to the album The Light The Dead See, released in 2012, and according to a tweet published from the official Depeche Mode account a few days ago, it was anticipated that the DM singer will be entering the studio this week to begin working on the new album alongside the producer duo, and that the album is expected to be released before the end of the year.
soul savers (aka The Soulsavers Soundsystem) have so far released four albums under this project: Tough Guys Don't Dance (2003), It's Not How Far You Fall, It's the Way You Land (2007), Broken (2009) and The Light the Dead See (2012). Gahan replaced from the last album to Mark Lanegan, who was vocalist for Broken. At the moment more details of the new project are unknown but it is estimated that Gahan would contribute in addition to his voice, the collaboration in the composition of the new songs.