Tim Burgess announces Depeche Mode listening party in memory of Andy Fletcher

A week ago Depeche Mode announced that their keyboardist Andy Fletcher had died, and following a wave of online tributes from Pet Shop Boys, Alison Moyet, The Cure’s Lol Tolhurst, Daniel Avery and more, Tim Burgess has announced a Depeche Mode Twitter listening party to honour Fletcher.

Burgess wrote on Twitter earlier today (2 June), “Tonight’s listening party is Violator by Depeche Mode. In memory of Fletch. No guests, no tweets from me but you can share thoughts and memories via #TimsTwitterListeningParty.”

In 2020 Depeche Mode were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Their latest album was 2017’s Spirit.

The Depeche Mode Violator Twitter listening party will take place tonight (2 June) at 8pm BST.



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