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Pet Shop Boys Announce Gigs For New Album ‘Nonetheless’ And Share Lead Single ‘Loneliness’

Recently, fans of the legendary British electronic music group Pet Shop Boys were informed of some excellent news. On April 26, 2022, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, the duet, will release their brand-new album, “Nonetheless.” To celebrate the album’s release, Pet Shop Boys have also planned five memorable gigs at London’s prestigious Royal Opera House in July. These gigs are in addition to their previously announced ‘Dreamworld’ Greatest Hits tour dates, which are scheduled for 2024. Fans can expect an unforgettable experience, as the duo is known for their spectacular live performances.

Pet Shop Boys Announce Gigs For New Album ‘Nonetheless’ And Share Lead Single ‘Loneliness’, Yours Truly, News, April 19, 2024

“Loneliness,” the album’s lead track, is anticipated to become a chart-topper. They are going over and beyond to make this record release—their first since 2020’s “Hotspot”—extra spectacular. With this album, Pet Shop Boys have surpassed the expectations of their fans by working with renowned producer James Ford for the first time. All music fans should look forward to this album, which is anticipated to be a flawless fusion of the duo’s distinctive style with a few brand-new components.

In a statement released by the duo, they expressed excitement about the upcoming album and gigs. They also thanked their fans for their continuous love and support.

“We wanted this album to be a celebration of the unique and diverse emotions that make us human,”

“From the more dance-orientated tracks to the raw poignancy of the introspective ballads, with their beautiful string arrangements, each track tells a story and contributes to the overall narrative of the album.”

We’re very excited to release this new album. Its 10 tracks are the strongest indicators of where we are today. Like much of our music it’s very reflective. It was great to work with James Ford, who we think has brought new elements to our music.

“Our demos are sometimes quite complicated, and James has dared to make us a bit more minimal at times – but also, the string arrangements are very beautiful. Some of the record is quite heart-breaking, but we hope a lot of it is also uplifting. It’s a record we’re very proud of.”

JUNE 2024

04: OVO Hydro, Glasgow

06: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham

08: Utilita Arena, Birmingham

09: Co-op Live, Manchester

11: SSE Arena, Belfast

22: Isle of Wight Festival 2024, Newport

JULY 2024

23: London, Royal Opera House

24: London, Royal Opera House

25: London, Royal Opera House

26: London, Royal Opera House

27: London, Royal Opera House

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