A present from Dusty

A present from Dusty

Lovely to come across this dedication in a book given to me as a Christmas present by Dusty Springfield (The International Design Yearbook 1990/91)! Neil x


Marketing meeting at Warner Music to discuss upcoming reissues. Full details later this month. Neil x

Royal Albert Hall

What a special night at the Albert Hall tonight! Thanks to Johnny Marr, the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and their conductor Dominic Wheeler, Sally Bradshaw, our fantastic six backing singers, Pete Gleadall and all our crew. And special thanks to everyone who came and supported the Teenage Cancer Trust. Neil xx Photo: Angela Becker


Today we're rehearsing backing vocalists for Sunday's Albert Hall concert. A couple of familiar faces among them (although not in this pic)… Neil x


The first issue of "Annually" (with "Undertow" CD) is shipping this week. If you ordered a copy, expect to receive it soon!

Ten of the best

A nice piece in The Guardian by Jude Rogers about her favourite PSB songs. Link below.

March to Parliament

March to Parliament

If you live in the London area and feel strongly about staying in Europe, this is happening on Saturday. More information at the link below. Neil x

Comic Relief

With Sara Cox at BBC Radio 2 as she finishes her amazing 24-hour 80s dance marathon for Comic Relief. Link to Comic Relief below.


We visited a few London art galleries this morning. Reflected here in an artwork by Sam Durant. Neil x

Don't buy tickets from Viagogo

Don't buy tickets from Viagogo

We have heard of several instances recently of fans being ripped off by secondary ticketing sites like Viagogo. Go to the Grimsby Telegraph link below to read a salutary tale of what can happen if you buy tickets from unauthorised ticket merchants. And only buy tickets for PSB shows from outlets recommended by this site.

Brick England

A very literal but effective unofficial video for "Brick England" by Jean-Michel Jarre and PSB has turned up on You Tube. Link below.

Tate Tanks

As part of the programme of special musical events accompanying Wolfgang Tillmans' exhibition at Tate Modern in London, there will be a two-hour, 35-minute presentation of the 30 tracks that make up the final mix of ‘It’s a Sin’ (1987). The tracks will gradually be added one at a time until the complete mix is played. The mix will be presented on Sunday, March 5th, at 1.30 pm and then again at 4 pm. Full details at the link below.

Paris cancellation

Paris cancellation

We regret that tonight's show at the Olympia in Paris has had to be cancelled because of technical issues which we have made every effort to resolve. Unfortunately it is not possible for the show to go ahead tonight. We will be announcing a rescheduled date as soon as possible for which tonight's tickets will be valid. We apologise for all the disappointment and inconvenience. Neil and Chris xx


Chris's keyboard rig after our soundcheck at the Olympia in Paris. Nice to be back here! Neil x

It has been brought to our attention that several fans have bought tickets to our U.K. concerts from a secondary ticketing website called Ticket Selection and have not received the tickets they paid for. We advise fans never to buy tickets from secondary ticket dealers. If you have been defrauded by Ticket Selection or any other dealer, our U.K. promoter advises that you contact the police Action Fraud centre at the link below.


PSB get a seven-star review in the Edinburgh Evening News for last night's concert. Link below.


Lunch in Lockerbie with the pop kids! The last two shows in Leeds and Manchester were such fun. Thanks to all who came – looking forward to Glasgow tomorrow. Neil x

Popjustice interview

Popjustice interview

Neil and Chris were interviewed by Popjustice backstage at the NME Awards. You can read the full interview at the link below.

NME interview

Read NME's excellent interview with Chris and Neil published today by: grabbing a free copy; downloading the digital issue from the NME app; or at the link below.

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