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Depeche Mode Make "Everything Count" at Their First of Four Hollywood Bowl Shows


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Depeche Mode kicked off their first night in a string of four sold-out shows at the Hollywood Bowl on Thursday, Oct. 12. Mixing classics such as “Stripped,” “Enjoy the Silence” and “Everything Counts” with new material from their most recent album, Spirit, the legendary synth-pop band had the crowd singing along to nearly every song. Opening the evening were L.A natives Warpaint.

All photographs by Hannah Verbeuren.
Find her on Instagram: @hannahvphotography

LA Weekly