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22 July 2013

'Love is a bourgeois construct' single

'Love is a bourgeois construct' single

Pet Shop Boys will release their new single ‘Love is a bourgeois construct’ on September 2nd. The song is taken from the highly acclaimed current album “Electric” (which entered the UK album chart at Number 3) and was musically inspired by Michael Nyman’s “Chasing Sheep Is Best Left To Shepherds”. ‘Love is a bourgeois construct’ will be released on CD and digital bundle with a 12” to follow, and will also be accompanied by remixes and the brand new songs ‘Entschuldigung!’ and ‘Get it online’. More information on the remixes will be announced shortly.

Closer to Heaven: more shows
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16 June 2019

The run of the forthcoming new production of “Closer to Heaven” at the Above The Stag theatre in Vauxhall, London, has been extended until August 31 because of strong demand for tickets

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6 June 2019

Pet Shop Boys will headline the highly anticipated one-day festival, BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, on Sunday, September 15th, in London. Other performers taking part include Clean Bandit, Bananarama, Emeli Sandé, Kelsea Ballerini and Simply Red.

Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park
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17 April 2019

Writer Jonathan Harvey and Pet Shop Boys are to present the world premiere of a new cabaret show at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe. Tickets are now on sale.

MUSIK to premiere at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
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12 April 2019

“Inner Sanctum” is released today on DVD, Blu-ray and CD and is available to purchase from the link below.

Inner Sanctum, Annually and Agenda released today
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9 April 2019

Annually 2019 and the Agenda EP are available this week.

Annually + Agenda
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1 April 2019

Two concerts in Japan this week.

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26 March 2019

The first of four SE Asian Super shows is tonight.

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23 March 2019

Happy birthday to "Yes" which was officially released in the UK ten years ago today.

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21 March 2019

Live Nation regret to announce that the Pet Shop Boys Bangkok show on Thursday 4 April 2019 is cancelled.

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