Today, Def Leppard unveil their Spotify Singles. As part of the streaming platform’s coveted initiative, the multi-platinum rock legends performed the classic “Hysteria”in addition to a brand-new cover of Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus”.Listen and share the singles HERE.

Recorded live at the Spotify studio, the musicians preserve the provocative power of “Personal Jesus”, while imbuing their own signature style and spirit. A recording of the cover has preceded recent live shows. Meanwhile, they amplify the energy of “Hysteria” with this hyper-charged rendition. A live staple, it most notably serves as the title track of their 1987 best-selling album of the same name, which garnered a Diamond certification from the RIAA and housed seven smash singles. The original also stands out as a fan favourite on Spotify!

Right now, the group is in the midst of one of the year’s biggest U.S. tours—their co-headliner withJourney

Def Leppardwill then take the tour global with dates in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland & the U.K.

Get tickets HERE.Check out the remaining dates below.

July 18            Sioux Falls, SD            Denny Sanford PREMIER Center
July 19            Lincoln, NE                  Pinnacle Bank Arena
July 21            Denver, CO                  Coors Field
July 23            Des Moines, IA            Wells Fargo Arena
July 25            Kansas City, MO          Sprint Center
July 27            Minneapolis, MN        Target Field
July 28            Fargo, ND                    Fargodome
Aug 11            Boston, MA                 Fenway Park
Aug 13            Virginia Beach, VA      Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater 
Aug 15            Columbia, SC               Colonial Life Arena
Aug 17             Ft Lauderdale, FL        BB&T Center
Aug 18            Tampa, FL                   Amalie Arena
Aug 20            Birmingham, AL          Legacy Arena @ The BJCC
Aug 22            Columbus, OH             Schottenstein Center
Aug 24            St. Louis, MO              Busch Stadium
Aug 25            Nashville, TN              Bridgestone Arena
Aug 27            New Orleans, LA         Smoothie King Center
Aug 29            Dallas, TX                    American Airlines Center
Aug 31            San Antonio, TX          AT&T Center
Sep 01                         Houston, TX                 Toyota Center
Sep 05                         Albuquerque, NM       Isleta Amphitheater
Sep 07                         Phoenix, AZ                 Talking Stick Resort Arena
Sep 08            Las Vegas, NV             T-Mobile Arena
Sep 21                         San Francisco, CA       AT&T Park
Sep 23            San Diego, CA             Petco Park
Sep 25                         Salt Lake City, UT        Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sep 26                         Nampa, ID                   Ford Idaho Center Arena 
Sep 28                         Portland, OR               Moda Center
Sep 29                         Seattle, WA                Gorge Amphitheatre
Oct 01            Vancouver, BC             Rogers Arena
Oct 04            Sacramento, CA          Golden 1 Center
Oct 06            Los Angeles, CA          The Forum
Oct 07             Los Angeles, CA          The Forum
Oct 19             Honolulu, HI                Blaisdell Center
Oct 20             Honolulu, HI                Blaisdell Center

Oct 24             Tokyo, Japan               Nippon Budokan
Oct 26             Osaka, Japan               Zepp Namba Osaka
Oct 26             Nagoya, Japan            Zepp Nagoya
Nov 02             Perth, Australia           Perth Arena
Nov 04             Hindmarsh, Australia  Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Nov 06             Boondall, Australia     Brisbane Entertainment Centre
Nov 08             Melbourne, Australia  Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
Nov 10             Sydney, Australia        ICC Sydney Theatre
Nov 12             Auckland, New Zealand Spark Arena
Dec 01            Dublin, Ireland            3 Arena
Dec 02            Belfast, Northern Ireland SSE Arena 
Dec 04            Cardiff, U.K.                Motorpoint Arena
Dec 06            London, U.K.                O2 Arena
Dec 08            Nottingham, U.K.        Motorpoint Arena
Dec 09            Newcastle, U.K.          Metro Radio Arena
Dec 11            Glasgow, U.K.             SSE Hydro Arena
Dec 12            Manchester, U.K.        Manchester Arena
Dec 14            Sheffield, U.K.             Fly DSA Arena 
Dec 15            Liverpool, U.K.             Echo Arena
Dec 17            Birmingham, U.K.       Arena Birmingham
Dec 18            London, U.K.                SSE Arena Wembley

With more than 100 million albums sold worldwide and two prestigious Diamond Awards in the U.S., Def Leppard — Joe Elliott (vocals), Phil Collen (guitar), Rick "Sav" Savage(bass), Vivian Campbell (guitar) and Rick Allen (drums) — continue to be one of the most important forces in rock music. Over the course of their career the band has produced a series of classic ground-breaking albums that set the bar for generations of music fans and artists alike. The group’s spectacular live shows and arsenal of hits have become synonymous with their name, leading Def Leppard to be heralded as an institution in both the music and touring industry. Def Leppard’s influential career includes numerous hit singles and ground-breaking multi-platinum albums—including two of the best-selling albums of all time, Pyromania and Hysteria, capturing the group’s legendary tracks, bringing together classic Leppard hits such as “Rock of Ages”, Pour Some Sugar on Me” and “Foolin”. The band’s 2015 self-titled studio album debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Rock Albums and Top Independent Albums charts. The album also took the #5 spot on Billboard’s Top Current Albums and #10 spot on the Top 200, as well as claiming 15 top 10 debuts around the world.  For the first time, in January 2018 Def Leppard debuted their full recording catalogue worldwide via streaming and download platforms


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