Earth Day

Today is Earth Day and the folk singer Sam Lee will be celebrating it by broadcasting live on You Tube at 10 pm this evening, taking listeners "on a journey into the woods of Sussex to hear the unforgettable song of the nightingale". He will also be linking up with special guest musicians in their own homes for "real-time improvised duets and poetic offerings". The music will include a piece by PSB from their “My Beautiful Laundrette” music. Link to the broadcast below. UPDATE: The entire broadcast can be heard at the You Tube link below. PSB are at approx 2:21.

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11 August 2020

An artwork made of sound waves from “It’s a sin”, signed by Neil and Chris, is being auctioned to benefit the charity, Children in Conflict.

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1993
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7 August 2020

Polaroid from 1993 photo-session with Andy Earl for “I wouldn’t normally…” artwork. Costume by David Fielding. Love that wig! Neil x

Train
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1 August 2020

First time I’ve been on a train since March! Hope you’re all keeping well. Neil xx

Birthday boy
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12 July 2020

Thanks for all your lovely birthday messages! Neil xx

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Happy Birthday, Neil
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7 July 2020

It’s Neil’s birthday this Friday. If you’d like to leave him a birthday message, a fan has kindly set up a guestbook where you can do that. Link below.

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Books reviewed
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2 July 2020

There's a review of "Pet Shop Boys, Literally" and "Pet Shop Boys versus America" in this week's issue of the Times Literary Supplement. Link below.

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Hong Kong
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1 July 2020

Just wanted to say hello to all of our friends in Hong Kong (where we played our first full-length concert in 1989 – pic above). Love, Neil x

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Peter's Pop Show
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24 June 2020

Four PSB live performances on Peter’s Pop Show from the 1980s have been released on YouTube and are available to watch at the link below

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Cassettes
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16 June 2020

Old cassettes from various studio sessions… Neil x

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