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16 September 2019

Watch / listen to Hyde Park again

Watch / listen to Hyde Park again

Pet Shop Boys headlined Live in Hyde Park last night and the whole concert was broadcast live on BBC4 TV and on Radio 2. Neil and Chris were joined on stage by Olly Alexander of Years & Years to perform the new single “Dreamland” for the first time and later by Beverley Knight for the duet “What have I done to deserve this?” Click the links below to watch and listen to the show again.

Photo: Sarah Jeynes – BBC

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