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10 May 2016

New single and video

New single and video

The next single from the Super album will be “Twenty-something”, released on digital and CD formats on June 24th (revised date). The video for the song was directed by Gavin Filipiak, who caught the attention of Pet Shop Boys when he directed the video for a cover of ‘West End Girls’ by the US “Cholo Goth” group, Prayers. His video for Pet Shop Boys places the “Twenty-something” of the song in the harsh reality of Sherman Heights, San Diego, and gives a new context and perspective to the single’s lyrics and themes. 

The video can now be viewed at the link below.

Information about the bonus tracks and remixes on the single formats will be on this site shortly.

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