Depeche Mode is back and stronger than ever. “Where’s The Revolution” is the band’s latest effort, but in spite of the politically charged title, lead vocalist Dave Gahan says “I wouldn’t call this a political album, because I don’t listen to music in a political way. But it’s definitely about humanity, and our place in that.” Depeche Mode has always placed an essential emphasis on the quality of their videos, and “Where’s The Revolution” is no exception. It is simultaneously disturbing and humorous in that very particular English way. Gahan postures from his podium, asking “Where’s the revolution? Come on people, you’re letting me down,” while bandmates Martin Gore and Andy Fletcher stare down flag wavers from behind their dark glasses like some synth pop secret service. Their new record “Spirit” drops on 17 March.