MOMA

The artwork for the 1988 PSB album, Introspective, designed by Farrow, is currently on display in the Department of Architecture and Design at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, as part of the exhibition, “Making Music Modern”, which “explores the role of architecture and design in mediating our experience of music from the dawn of the sound recording industry in the late-nineteenth century to its digital transformation in our own time”. The exhibition is on view until November 1st, 2015.

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Remembering 1989
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4 June 2021

On this sad anniversary, we’re thinking about our friends in China and Hong Kong. Love, Neil & Chris x

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Ryoji Ikeda
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20 May 2021

Visiting the extraordinary Ryoji Ikeda show in London this morning. Neil x

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Go West 1992
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13 May 2021
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12 May 2021

The Sun newspaper is reporting that Pet Shop Boys “pulled out” of the Brits. This is not true

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Amazon
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2 May 2021

Amazon are bizarrely crediting the “Discovery” DVD/CD release to James Taylor and with artwork showing a German singer… We’re still waiting for them to correct it and apologise.

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1 May 2021

Neil Tennant is a guest on the fifth anniversary episode of the podcast “Bigmouth”. Link below.

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Covers album
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28 April 2021

A Berlin-based independent label is releasing an album of PSB covers this Friday on digital download and limited-edition cassette. Full details at the link below.

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