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21 May 2005

Chris and Neil are busy in the studio with producer Trevor Horn working on five tracks for their new album due for release in Spring next year. Trevor Horn produced "Left to my own devices" and "It's alright" for Pet Shop Boys in 1988/89 and recently produced the song "Numb" for them which was originally intended for the "PopArt" compilation but will now appear on next year's album. At the end of last year Pet Shop Boys appeared in the "Produced by Trevor Horn" show at London's Wembley Arena which also featured Seal, Tatu, Grace Jones and Frankie Goes To Hollywood. Songs being recorded at the moment include "Luna Park", "Casanova in Hell" and "The Sodom and Gomorrah Show". The musical style is described as "electronic and quite epic".

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20 July 2020

The BFI today release the standard edition Blu-ray/DVD set of the restored PSB feature film “It Couldn’t Happen Here”.

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26 June 2020

Five Pet Shop Boys music videos that have been updated with improved high definition audio and video tracks are now available to watch in a new YouTube playlist at the link below.

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22 June 2020

The BFI today confirm that they will be releasing a standard edition of the Pet Shop Boys film “It Couldn't Happen Here” on July 20th.

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19 June 2020

The Limited Edition DVD/Blu-ray set of Pet Shop Boys’ 1988 feature film "It Couldn’t Happen Here" is now sold out at most stores.

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17 June 2020

Pet Shop Boys are delighted to confirm that their performance at PSM Caz Festivali in Istanbul, Turkey has been rescheduled for July 3rd 2021.

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17 June 2020

Pet Shop Boys are pleased to announce that their Release Athens show at Water Plaza has been rescheduled to Thursday, July 1st 2021.

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15 June 2020

The BFI today release the restored version of Pet Shop Boys’ 1988 feature film, “It Couldn’t Happen Here”, directed by Jack Bond and starring Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe alongside Joss Ackland and Barbara Windsor.

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11 June 2020

We can now announce the rescheduled 2021 dates for Pet Shop Boys' and New Order’s highly anticipated Unity Tour of North America.

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