Dave Gahan and Soulsavers release the first song from the upcoming album
Dave Gahan, who was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, has released “Metal Heart” with his longtime music partner Soulsavers, the first song from the upcoming album “Imposter”, which is scheduled for release on November 12.
The song “Metal Heart” was written by Chan Marshall, better known as Cat Power, and was first released in 1998.
“This is probably my favorite song on the album,” says Dave Gahan, predictably. On Imposter, Gahan will take listeners on a personal journey through 12 carefully selected and modified songs from a variety of genres and time periods, including works by a number of well-known artists such as Nile Young, Bob Dylan, Pee Gee Harvey, Charlie Chaplin and others. . It would be hasty to call Imposter an album of buddies.
Rather, the album is a story about the songs that Dave and the Soulsavers have listened to, studied, absorbed and given new life to. All the songs on the album are very important to Gahan, making “Imposter” a reflection of Dave’s life – a story told by others but in Dave’s special voice, “the publishers announce their upcoming roll.