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4 September 2006

The next PSB single will be "Numb", released on October 16 in an edit with new production by Trevor Horn. Bonus tracks will be "Party song" and "Bright young things", the former produced by Pet Shop Boys and the latter by Pet Shop Boys and Chris Zippel. A new dance mix of "Psychological" by Ewan Pearson will also be included on a limited edition 12" vinyl release. Full format details will be here when we have them. The video for "Numb" (edited to the original album version) has recently been completed and is described by the directors as "an icy emotional landscape of borrowed dreams, sewn together with the power and style of Russian constructivist cinema". You'll be able to see it on this site soon. (Actually, you can already see it on Popjustice.com. Link below…)

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28 November 2019

Pet Shop Boys are pleased to announce their return to Spain with a headline show at Bilbao BBK Live in July 2020.

Bilbao BBK Live
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14 November 2019

Pet Shop Boys today announce details of their highly anticipated new studio album, “Hotspot”, which will be released on January 24th 2020 on x2 Records/Kobalt.

New album “Hotspot”
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14 November 2019

Pet Shop Boys will tour the UK and Europe in May/June 2020 with their new show, Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live. Beginning on Friday, May 1st at Berlin’s Mercedes Benz Arena, the tour will see PSB perform at arenas across the continent and UK. More details available at the link below. More dates worldwide will be added in due course.

European tour dates
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28 October 2019

"Musik" arrives in the West End.

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25 October 2019

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

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26 September 2019

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

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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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