Pet Shop Boys Set To Release New Album “Electric” On July 15th!

Pet Shop Boys Set To Release New Album “Electric” On July 15th!

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The Pet Shop Boys will be releasing their new album “Electric” on July 15th! It will be released on their own label x2.

The album is the first Pet Shop Boys studio album to be produced by Stuart Price. This is the bands 12th studio album.

For an EXCLUSIVE interview with Neil and Chris, head on over to our friends at STEREOGUM.

Check out the video for “Axis” above. A Boyz Noize of the song will be available shortly.

For more from Neil and Chris and a track listing and tour dates, click on the continue reading button below.-DocFB

Diagnosis: “I’ve Got The Brains…U Got The Looks….”

‘Electric’ features nine tracks in total – eight brand new Pet Shop Boys’ songs plus a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s ‘The Last To Die’.  The result is as uncompromising a collection of dance anthems as Pet Shop Boys have ever made.

Pet Shop Boys said: “‘Electric’ is very much set on the dance floor.  Our latest album often evolves as a response to our previous album and, whereas ‘Elysium’ had a reflective mood, ‘Electric’ is pretty banging! And working with Stuart Price on a studio album is something we have wanted to do for a very long time”.

Stuart Price said: “Making ‘Electric’ was an exciting experience. We recorded it between Berlin, London and Los Angeles using various techniques between old school synth and drum machine programming and new school computer mangling. For me it was a chance to work with two people who shaped so much of my musical taste, yet who keep on pushing farther in both a natural and unexpected fashion. ‘Disco’ (from 1986) was an album that always spoke to me because it blended song arrangements with dance floor mixes, and that is what ‘Electric’ felt like to make. Allowing songs to be full length without considering the pop rules, disregarding classic structures and instead just working instinctively on what was fun and danceable.”


Electric track list:

1. Axis

2. Bolshy

3. Love is a bourgeois construct

4. Fluorescent

5. Inside a dream

6. The last to die

7. Shouting in the evening

8. Thursday (featuring Example)

9. Vocal

Tour Dates:

13 May – Movistar Arena, Santiago, Chile

16 May – Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina

18 May – Conmebol Bourbon Convention Center, Asunción, Paraguay

22 May – Credicard Hall, São Paulo, Brazil

25 May – Centro de Eventos Bima, Bogota, Colombia

3 June – Oktiaborski Concert Hall, St Petersburg, Russian Federation

5 June – Crocus City Hall, Moscow, Russian Federation

9 June – Falconer Salen, Copenhagen, Denmark

11 June – Grand Rex, Paris, France

15 June – Sónar Festival, Barcelona, Spain

18 June – O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom

20 June – Manchester Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom

23 June – Nokia Hall, Tel Aviv, Israel

26 June – Life Park, Istanbul, Turkey

29 June – Peace & Love Festival, Borlänge, Sweden

1 July – Dortmunder Music Week, Dortmund, Germany

3 July – KV Arena, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

5 July – Õllesummer 20, Song Festival Grounds, Tallinn, Estonia

7 July – Ruisrock Festival, Turku, Finland

9 July – ZMF, Freiburg, Germany

10 July – Tollwood Festival – Musik Arena, Munich, Germany

16 July – Ejekt Festival, Athens, Greece

9 August – SonicMania, Tokyo Makuhari Messe, Tokyo, Japan

11 August – Summer Sonic festival, Tokyo, Japan

17 August – Skeeno Hall, Jakarta, Indonesia

24 August – Impact Exhibition Center, Bangkok, Thailand

6 Sept – Berlin Festival, Berlin, Germany

12 Sept – The Jackie Gleason Theatre, Miami Beach, USA

13 Sept – Mahaffey Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Florida, USA

14 Sept – Symphony Hall, Atlanda, Georgia, USA

16 Sept – Beacon Theatre, New York, NY USA

17 Sept – Beacon Theatre, New York, NY USA

19 Sept – Music Centre at Strathmore, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

21 Sept – House of Blues, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

22 Sept – Mann Centre for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

24 Sept – Olympia Theatre, Montreal, Canada

25 Sept – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada

27 Sept – Caesars Windsor – The Colosseum, Windsor, Canada

28 Sept – Auditorium Theatre, Chicago Illinois, USA

2 Oct – Paramount Theatre, Seattle, Washington, USA

3 Oct – Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, Canada

4 Oct – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, Oregon, USA

5 Oct – Fox Theatre, Oakland, California, USA

8 Oct – Copley Symphony Hall, San Diego, California, USA

11 Oct – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – The Joint, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

12 Oct – Shrine Auditorium, LA, California, USA



  • Debbie a.k.a thareelqueenbee
    Posted at 20:34h, 02 May

    WOW! Can’t believe it a Pet Shop Boys Album.

  • Claudia
    Posted at 16:55h, 01 May

    I agree that it’s for the dance floor. I’m not that much into electronica. Sounds good though.

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