Following their version of Cat Power's "Metal Heart" that arrived earlier this month, the Depeche Mode lead vocalist and Soulsavers (real name Rich Machin) have shared their cover of "The Dark End Of The Street", which was written by Chips Moman and Dan Penn in 1966 and recorded by James Carr.

The 12-track album will feature reimagined versions of songs by Neil Young, Bob Dylan, PJ Harvey, Mark Lanegan and more.

Gahan said of the record, "When I listen to other people’s voices and songs - more importantly the way they sing them and interpret the words - I feel at home. I identify with it. It comforts me more than anything else. There’s not one performer on the record who I haven’t been moved by. I know we made something special, and I hope other people feel that and it takes them on a little kind of trip - especially people who love music and have for years."

Dave Gahan and Soulsavers' cover of James Carr's "The Dark End Of The Street" is out now. Their Imposter album will follow on 12 November, and is available to pre-order now.