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British band Depeche Mode is to play a very special gig at the Royal Albert Hall next year to benefit the Teenage Cancer Trust.

The band will hit the stage of the iconic venue on February 17 to mark the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Uk’s first teenage cancer unit.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to be a part of Teenage Cancer Trust,” said singer Martin Gore. “We’ve never played the Royal Albert Hall before, so we’re really looking forward to that too.”

To celebrate the show, the band have partnered with Hublot watchmakers to create 12 special time pieces – one for each of their studio releases – to be sold through a charity auction on their official website.

For ticket info for the concert, check out LeapAnywhere.com.

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