REMEMBER Depeche Mode?

They were absolutely huge in the Eighties and Nineties, but they are still touring most successfully with their own curious brand of synth-rock.

And now they are the subject of a new film documentary - Depeche Mode: Spirits in the Forest, which will be released to cinema’s worldwide on November 21.

The film “features emotional stories highlighting the universal power of music, interwoven with performances from the band’s record-breaking 2017/2018 global Spirit Tour.”

It will be released as a “worldwide, special, one-night theatrical event on November 21”.

A spokesman added: “Diving into the deeply emotional stories of six special Depeche Mode fans, the film weaves together exhilarating musical performances filmed at the final shows of the tour at Berlin’s famed Waldbühne. It shows not only how and why the band’s popularity and relevance has continued to grow over the course of their career, but provides a unique look into music’s incredible power to build communities, enable people to overcome adversity, and create/ connections across the boundaries of language, location, gender, age, and circumstance. “

“I’m exceptionally proud to share this film and the powerful story that it tells,” said Dave Gahan, of Depeche Mode. It’s amazing to see the very real ways that music has impacted the lives of our fans.”

Martin Gore added, “In today’s world of turmoil and divisiveness, music really can be a force for good and can bring people together.”

Marc Allenby of Trafalgar Releasing said: “ They are band that have always been on the cusp of innovation with their unique sound.”

Tickets on sale from September 26 at