Soothe My Soul

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"Soothe My Soul"
Single by Depeche Mode
from the album Delta Machine
B-side "Goodbye"
Released 6 May 2013 (2013-05-06)
Format CD single, 12" single, digital download
Recorded March–October 2012; Sound Design
(Santa Barbara, California)
Jungle City Studio
(New York City, New York)
Genre Alternative dance, synthpop, electronic rock
Length 5:22 (album version)
3:57 (radio edit)
Label Columbia
Writer(s) Martin L. Gore
Producer(s) Ben Hillier
Depeche Mode singles chronology
"Heaven"
(2013)
"Soothe My Soul"
(2013)
"Should Be Higher"
(2013)
Music video
"Soothe My Soul" on YouTube

"Soothe My Soul" is a song by English electronic music band Depeche Mode from their thirteenth studio album, Delta Machine. It was released as the album's second single on 10 May 2013 in Germany. The release date for North America was 14 May 2013, and 13 May 2013 for the rest of the world. In the United Kingdom, the single was released physically on 10 June 2013.[1] The music video directed by Warren Fu was premiered on 28 March 2013.[2][3] The song hit the Top 10 in 3 countries, including a number 1 spot in Hungary.

Track listings[edit]

  • Digital download — remix[4]
  1. "Soothe My Soul" (Steve Angello vs. Jacques Lu Cont remix) – 7:02
  1. "Soothe My Soul" (radio edit) – 3:57
  2. "Goodbye" (Gesaffelstein remix) – 3:51
  • CD maxi single[6]
  1. "Soothe My Soul" (Steve Angello vs. Jacques Lu Cont remix) – 7:02
  2. "Soothe My Soul" (Tom Furse - The Horrors remix) – 4:55
  3. "Soothe My Soul" (Billy F Gibbons and Joe Hardy remix) – 5:16
  4. "Soothe My Soul" (Joris Delacroix remix) – 6:56
  5. "Soothe My Soul" (Black Asteroid remix) – 5:35
  6. "Soothe My Soul" (Gregor Tresher Soothed remix) – 5:59
  • 12" vinyl single[7]
A1:Soothe My Soul (Steve Angello vs Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
A2: Soothe My Soul (Matador Remix)
B1:Soothe My Soul (Destructo Remix)
B2:Soothe My Soul (Gregor Tresher Remix)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2013) Peak
position
Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)[8] 10
Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)[9] 9
France (SNEP)[10] 45
Germany (Media Control AG)[11] 22
Hungary (Single Top 20)[12] 1
Mexico Ingles Airplay (Billboard)[13] 21
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[14] 88
US Hot Dance Club Songs (Billboard) 7

Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format(s)
Worldwide[4] 6 May 2013 Size Records Digital download — remix
Austria[5][6] 10 May 2013 Columbia CD single
Germany
Switzerland
worldwide[7] 13 May 2013
North America[7] 14 May 2013
United Kingdom[1] 10 June 2013
worldwide[7] 12-inch single
North America[7] 11 June 2013

References[edit]