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"Wrong" is Depeche Mode's first single from their upcoming 12th studio album, Sounds of the Universe, and their 46th UK single overall. It hit the radio in February 2009, and became available for purchase online on February 24, 2009. The single will receive a physical release on April 6, 2009.
The single officially debuted on February 21, 2009, when the band performed at the Echo Awards in Germany. A video from this performance was the most viewed clip on YouTube for the two following days.
"Wrong" has received a positive response on United States alternative rock radio, becoming one of the 30 most-played songs in its first week of release. It has received significant airply from stations such as KCXX, KXRX, WROX, KROQ, WEQX, XTRA, WWCD, and KVGS.
"Wrong" was added to the BBC Radio 6 "B-List" playlist for the week starting 7 March 2009.
The B-side "Oh Well" (which is also going to be appear on the Sounds of the Universe deluxe box set edition) is the first collaboration between Martin Gore and Dave Gahan. The lyrics are Dave's and the music is Martin's.
The music video for "Wrong" was filmed in December 2008 and directed by Patrick Daughters. It debuted on the band's MySpace page on February 20, 2009. The video depicts a Ford Crown Victoria rolling backwards down a Los Angeles downtown street, seemingly with no driver at the wheel. A shot inside the car reveals a man in a latex mask lying unconscious in the front seat. When the car bumps another car (but keeps rolling), the man is jolted awake. As he tries in desperation to stop the car, it becomes apparent that he is bound and gagged. The car rolls past the band (watching from a sidewalk) and hits a pedestrian, trash cans, and traffic cones. A police vehicle begins pursuing the car. When the man finally manages to free his wrists and remove the mask, a pickup truck crashes into the side of the car, bringing it to a halt.