Depeche Mode to release live documentary Spirits in the Forest

British synth-pop luminaries Depeche Mode have joined forces with longtime collaborator Anton Corbijn in the production of a new documentary, Spirits in the Forest

The unique film will “dive into the deeply emotional stories of six special Depeche Mode fans” in between clips of footage from the band’s 2017/18 tour, and will be shown in theatres worldwide for one night only on November 21st.

The band have collaborated with renowned filmmaker Anton Corbijn in the production of a unique documentary focused on the bands cultural impact.

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

There are 2,400 cinemas in over 70 countries listed to show the documentary. Fans can access up-to-date information regarding where to see the film, and sign up for event alerts, on the Spirits in the Forest website.

Depeche Mode’s fourteenth studio album, Spirit, was released in 2017. It has been widely acknowledged as one of the band’s most political works to date.

Tickets to see Spirits in the Forest are due to go on sale worldwide on September 26th.