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30 April 2021

Pet Shop Boys today release on DVD and 2-CD their classic concert, “Discovery: Live in Rio 1994”, which is available to purchase now at the link below.

The DVD and CDs document a show very different in feel to the two ground-breaking tours that preceded it in 1989 and 1991. Following on from the release of their albums “Very” and “Disco 2”, Pet Shop Boys decided to focus this two-hour set largely on uplifting songs with a party vibe, taking inspiration from visits to the New York underground house club, the Sound Factory Bar. “Discovery” saw Pet Shop Boys with four dancers, backing singer Katie Kissoon and two Latin percussionists embrace spontaneity in a way they never had before.

A new booklet is packaged with the DVD and CDs, featuring candid on-tour photographs, an interview by Chris Heath conducted during tour rehearsals and an exclusive on-tour diary by Neil Tennant. Full track listings below.

DVD track listing

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16 July 2021
Pet Shop Boys’ remix of Paul Weller’s song “Cosmic Fringes” is now available on vinyl and in digital format at the link below. The PSB “Triad Remix” is twelve minutes long and features Chris Lowe’s keyboards with vocals by Neil Tennant alongside Paul Weller’s original vocals.

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8 July 2021
Pet Shop Boys are delighted to confirm that they will be headlining next year’s edition of Bilbao BBK Live festival, which is now taking place between 7th and 9th July, 2022. In light of the continued uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, further details on the event will be released in due course. Full promoter statement below.

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Bilbao BBK Live 2022
29 June 2021
All seven PSB programmes, which aired as part of the BBC Radio 6 Music Artist Collections series this week, are now available on BBC Sounds at the link below.

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6 Music Artist Collection


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

More tour dates

On This Day


The Boys' first live concert performance in the U.K. takes place in London. Neil later describes it as their 'first proper live gig' because, for the first time, they actually performed live as opposed to merely miming to pre-recorded tracks.


'So Hard' is released as a single.


Chris and Neil write 'Screaming' with Tom Stephan.


They fly down from San Francisco to Los Angeles, where they perform this evening in the open air at the legendary Greek Theater.


The Pet Shop Boys perform the first of their four Canadian Electric Tour shows this evening in Montreal.


They appear in concert in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia—their first time ever performing in that nation.


Neil and Chris, accompanied by their manager Angela, visit a newly opened museum in Los Angeles, The Broad. (Note: It rhymes with 'road.')

You said: You're over-reacting
You're reading too much into this
If you think this is important
your sense of proportion has gone
I said: Really?

Everything means something
and something has occurred
Everything means something
although the meaning can be blurred

Was it worth it?


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

Pet Texts

“What are we going to do about the rich?”
Pet Text
21 September 2021

How can one man deserve this level of remuneration? Neil x

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Pet Text
14 September 2021

Nice to receive a copy of the new Spanish translation of “Literally”. Neil x

Pet Text
2 September 2021

As you can tell from my quote on the front cover, I really enjoyed this new book! Neil x

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BBC Proms
Pet Text
23 August 2021

Wonderful to be back in the Royal Albert Hall yesterday enjoying Simon Rattle and the LSO! Neil x

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