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The Most Incredible Thing
12 August 2017

"The Most Incredible Thing", the 2011 ballet by Pet Shop Boys and Javier de Frutos, will receive its USA premiere next March. The Charlotte Ballet will perform their own production of it in March 2018 at the Knight Theater, Charlotte, North Carolina. Ticket details and more information can be found at the links below.

9 August 2017
To celebrate PSB's headline performance at Brighton Pride, we have produced a limited edition Pride t-shirt. The image was designed by Farrow to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the (partial) decriminalisation of homosexuality was passed into law in England and Wales.T-shirts will be released on August 16th.

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Limited Edition Pride T-shirt
4 August 2017
It has just been announced that Pet Shop Boys will be headlining Breakfest Festival in Medellin, Colombia, on October 6th, 2017. Other artists performing include Julian Casablancas and the Voidz, Simian Mobile Disco, Bomba Estéreo and many more. Tickets are available now via the link below.

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Breakfest, Medellín
28 July 2017
The first batch of ‘Catalogue: 1985-2012’ reissues are out now.

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First trio of ‘Catalogue: 1985-2012’ reissues are out now


New release

'Nightlife', the darkly orchestrated collaboration with producers Rollo, Craig Armstrong and David Morales, originally released in 1999, is reissued here with two 'Further listening' CDs, including exclusive, unreleased tracks such as ‘Little black dress’, ‘Tall thin men’ and ‘For all of us’ and demo versions of ‘Vampires’, ‘Call me old-fashioned’ and ‘Radiophonic’.

Nightlife/Further listening: 1996–2000
  • September 02nd, 2017
    Sage Gateshead, Newcastle, UK
  • September 03rd, 2017
    Sage Gateshead, Newcastle, UK
  • September 05th, 2017
    Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
  • September 06th, 2017
    Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
  • September 10th, 2017
    Bestival 2017, Dorset, UK
  • September 15th, 2017
    Rock In Rio, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

More tour dates

On This Day


The Boys write 'Radiophonic' at Pete Gleadall's studio.


They announce on their website that they're taking a 'short holiday' during a lull in their current tour.

What d’you want?
You’ve got nothing to say
so you can’t
hide that look of dismay
Why pretend?
You only want revenge
It’s been said
I’d be dead
If looks could kill

Where’d you go
with that threadbare crowd
all in tow?
Do they appreciate your
tales of woe?

I don’t know what you want but I can’t give it any more

Pet Texts

Pet Text
15 August 2017

Looks like everything is ready for our show at the Brussels Summer Festival tonight… Amazing to have Goldfrapp on before us! Neil x

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Radio 1
Pet Text
10 August 2017

Neil will be interviewed by DJ/Producer Kölsch during his Residency show tonight at 10 pm on BBC Radio 1. Link below

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Brighton Pride
Pet Text
6 August 2017

Last night was amazing at Brighton Pride. 40,000 in the audience (we were told) and such a wonderful atmosphere. Congratulations to the organisers and services

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Brighton Pride
Pet Text
4 August 2017

Brighton Argus newspaper has an interview with Neil ahead of PSB's headline show at Pride tomorrow. Link below.

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Thanks to @kevin_soetens for these super photos of Pet Shop Boys playing Place des Palais last night. Don't forget to tag your photos of Brussels Summer Festival or any other PSB date this summer with #SUPERtour.