18 February 2009
In concert

In celebration of receiving their award for ‘Outstanding Contribution To Music’ at this years Brit Awards, Pet Shop Boys can exclusively announce two very special live shows at Manchester Apollo on June 18th and London O2 Arena on June 19th. Their new album ‘Yes’ will be released on March 23rd, preceded by the single ‘Love Etc.’ on March 16th. The duo’s dynamic live shows have seen them work with artists, designers and directors such as Sam Taylor-Wood, Zaha Hadid, Derek Jarman and latterly opera designer Es Devlin with whom they will collaborate on tonight’s Brits performance.

Pet Text
15 January 2020

Haven’t seen one of these for a while! Neil x


Recent News

2 January 2020

Pet Shop Boys have today revealed their new single “Monkey business”, with the radio edit available to stream now. 

New single “Monkey business”
24 December 2019

We would like to wish all fans, friends and visitors to this site a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
19 December 2019

Pet Shop Boys are pleased to announce they will be headlining Mallorca Live Festival in May 2020.

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17 December 2019

Due to unprecedented demand, stock of the complimentary limited edition print of the "Hotspot" artwork, hand-signed by PSB, is running very low. Customers still wishing to receive the print when purchasing any format of "Hotspot" are advised to do so immediately before they sell out. 

16 December 2019

Pet Shop Boys are excited to announce their return to Prague on May 13th 2020.

13 December 2019

Pet Shop Boys are pleased to announce that their new single package “Burning the heather (radio edit)” is out now on digital services and on 7-inch vinyl.

12 December 2019

Pet Shop Boys have today announced that their forthcoming album, ‘Hotspot’, will be available to purchase in two additional formats: on cassette and a 2-disc deluxe CD version.

12 December 2019

Pet Shop Boys are excited to announce that they will perform in Viborg, Denmark, on the 21st of June 2020.

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