Pet Shop Boys share first single from new album, ‘Nonetheless’

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New “uplifting music and reflective lyrics.”

British synth pop duo, Pet Shop Boys, He starts 2024 announcing the release of his new album, nevertheless. The scheduled release date is April 26 and marks the band’s return to their former record label, Parlophone.

The album has a production of James Ford, who was named Producer of the Year 2023 and consists of 10 unreleased songs that were recorded and mixed in London last year. The first single “Loneliness” It is now available, so you can hear the long-awaited preview.

It’s a statement, Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, expressed their hope that “the album will be a celebration of unique and diverse human emotions.” From dancefloor-oriented songs to introspective ballads with beautiful string arrangements, each song tells a story and contributes to the album’s overall narrative.

nevertheless Tracklist:
01. “Loneliness”
02. “Feel”
03. “Why Am I Dancing?”
04. “New London Boys”
05. “Dancing Star”
06. “A New Bohemia”
07. “The Schlager Hit Parade”
08. “The Secret of Happiness”
09. “Bullet For Narcissus”
10. “Love is the Law”

In addition to the album release, Pet Shop Boys has also announced that the concert film of his recent tour will soon be screened in cinemas around the world. Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live. And to top off the good news, in July, the band will return to the stage to perform two special shows at the Royal Opera House From london.


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