On the day that synth-pop giants Pet Shop Boys embark on their first UK dates in over a year, they announce a few more as part of their 'Pandemonium' world tour.
The duo received an 'Outstanding Contribution to Music' award at this year's Brits and released tenth studio album 'Yes' shortly after - including a rave review from our Paul Pledger (see Related Reviews). On the limited "Etc." edition of the disk, the pair worked with Human League front man Philip Oakey on the track 'This Used to be the Future' and they also contributed to the Girls Aloud single 'The Loving Kind' released earlier this year.
Neil and Chris head-out to Manchester's Apollo tonight and the O2 Arena tomorrow, supported by Frankmusic on both dates, then head to Liverpool's Echo Arena on 13th July as part of Liverpool's Summer Pops seasons (tickets still available @ £30 and-up).
In December the boys will play the UK leg of their Pandemonium tour, starting at the SECC in Glasgow on 17th December, then onto Birmingham at the NIA the next day, Manchester's Evening News Arena on 20th and finally London's O2 on 21st Dec for an early Xmas treat!
Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Friday 19th June) at 9AM and will be available via the "Tickets" links, below.