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17 April 2003

A new Tennant-Lowe song, 'Love life', has been recorded by the Swedish pop group Alcazar for their new album, 'Alcazarized'. Neil and Chris met Alcazar last year when the trio were performing at a London club. A request for a song followed. Neil and Chris were fans of Alcazar's 'Crying at the Discotheque' and gave them this song which was begun during the 'Release' sessions. The track has not been produced by Pet Shop Boys. 'Alcazarized' is released in Sweden on May 12. Other release dates will be announced shortly.

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13 September 2019

Tickets for the first leg of Pet Shop Boys’ forthcoming tour, Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live, are now on sale. This first leg will see PSB perform at arenas across the UK in May and June 2020.

Dreamworld: tickets on sale now
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3 October 2019

Pet Shop Boys’ current single, “Dreamland” featuring Years & Years, will be released on October 25th on CD, digital and 12-inch vinyl formats, featuring new remixes and B-sides.

“Dreamland” single formats
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26 September 2019

A new stage play based on the film, "My Beautiful Laundrette", opens tonight in Leicester.

My Beautiful Laundrette opens
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24 September 2019

Follow the “Pet Shop Boys 2019” playlist on Spotify to hear everything released by PSB so far this year. 

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17 September 2019

The two-hour radio documentary, “Pet Shop Boys: The Parlophone Years”, is available to listen to for the next month via the BBC Sounds app. 

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16 September 2019

Pet Shop Boys headlined Live in Hyde Park last night and the whole concert was broadcast live on BBC4 TV and on Radio 2. 

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14 September 2019

Pet Shop Boys’ headlining performance at Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park will be broadcast live across BBC TV, radio, mobile and online tomorrow night!

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13 September 2019

Surprise! Pet Shop Boys will play an exclusive Hyde Park warm-up concert tomorrow night at 229 Great Portland Street, London W1. Tickets for the show go on sale at 12 pm today from the link below and are limited to two per person. 

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