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Unity Tour rescheduled
1 June 2021

Due to continuing uncertainty caused by the Covid pandemic, Pet Shop Boys and New Order unfortunately have to announce that their much-anticipated Unity Tour of North America, scheduled to start September 2021, will be moving to next year. The tour is being rescheduled to commence September 2022. Complete date listing below. 

There are two venue changes. The Unity Tour has added an extra show at Brooklyn Barclays Center and also the show at The Gorge Amphitheatre has been moved to the Seattle Climate Pledge Arena. Both shows are on sale now at the link below. Tickets for all original dates will remain valid for the new dates.

PSB and New Order are also pleased to welcome special guest DJ Paul Oakenfold to the tour.

Thank you for your understanding. Stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you in 2022.

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1 June 2021
Pet Shop Boys are delighted to announce that they will be headlining Heartland Festival in Denmark on June 2nd 2022 as part of their “Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live” tour. The festival takes place on the lush grounds of Egeskov Castle, Europe’s best preserved Renaissance water castle. Ticket information at the link below.

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Dreamworld at Heartland Festival 2022
21 May 2021
Pet Shop Boys today release digitally for the first time the “My Beautiful Launderette” EP – four pieces of incidental music and two songs written by Neil and Chris for the Leicester Curve stage version of the classic British film.

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“My Beautiful Laundrette” EP released
21 May 2021
Pet Shop Boys today release their new track “Cricket wife” plus “West End girls (lockdown version)” in digital format at the link below.

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“Cricket wife” digital single


New release

Previously only available on VHS, this is the first time that fans will be able to experience this classic concert on DVD and listen to the audio on CDs.

Discovery: Live in Rio 1994
  • May 12th, 2022
    Gasometer, Vienna, Austria
  • May 14th, 2022
    Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
  • May 17th, 2022
    Forest National, Brussels, Belgium
  • May 18th, 2022
    AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • May 20th, 2022
    Arena, Manchester, UK
  • May 22nd, 2022
    The O2, London, UK

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On This Day


It's officially announced that the Boys will be among the performers at the upcoming 30th annual Glastonbury Festival.


Neil and Chris tape a live performance in Madrid for broadcast on Spanish TV and radio.


On a break from touring, the Boys split up for two very different afternoons in London. Neil visits the BBC Television Centre to record an interview for the TV series Pop Britannia, while Chris attends The Queen's Club to watch a preliminary championship match in lawn tennis.


Neil is among the artists who take part this afternoon in a special London concert paying tribute to Kate McGarrigle—Canadian singer-songwriter and mother of his friend Rufus Wainwright—who had succumbed to cancer the preceding January. Neil performs Kate's song 'I Cried for Us.' Among the other performers are Emmylou Harris, Nick Cave, Jenni Muldaur, Richard and Linda Thompson, Anna McGarrigle, and Rufus and his sister Martha.


The final night of PSB's extended string of shows in Manchester as the 'special guests' of Take That.


Believing their accidentally muted audio equipment is still malfunctioning, Neil and Chris visit the German town of Wittenberg, including the church where Martin Luther had posted his Ninety-Five Theses in 1517.


Neil makes a surprise guest appearance onstage this evening at Rufus Wainwright's concert on the grounds of London's Royal Hospital. They duet on 'Poses,' which Neil introduces as the song that made him a Rufus fan.

Videoed on the subway
reading the news and then
walking along the high street
videoed once again
Waiting for a bus in Stockwell
cameras on my back
Suddenly hearing sirens
sounding a panic attack

Hey, hey
Don't ask me how
We've changed
We're all criminals now
Hey, hey



The official playlist for Pet Shop Boys' new studio album, “Hotspot”, which is out now on x2 Records/Kobalt.

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Remembering 1989
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4 June 2021

On this sad anniversary, we’re thinking about our friends in China and Hong Kong. Love, Neil & Chris x

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Ryoji Ikeda
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20 May 2021

Visiting the extraordinary Ryoji Ikeda show in London this morning. Neil x

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Go West 1992
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13 May 2021