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Pet Shop Boys announce intimate London KOKO show

Pet Shop Boys have announced an intimate show at London’s Koko next month – find out all the ticket details and information below.

The 80s synth pop legends recently announced the details of their new album ‘Nonetheless’, and shared lead single ‘Loneliness’. The album comes out on April 26, with James Ford acting as producer.

The band will celebrate the release of the show with a small show at London’s Koko on May 26. The show, presented in association with Rough Trade, will begin at 6:30pm and the band will play a 90 minutes set. Fans can get tickets for the event from April 15 here.

To celebrate the album, Pet Shop Boys will play five special gigs at London’s Royal Opera House this July. The gigs come in addition to the band’s 2024  ‘Dreamworld’ Greatest Hits tour dates.

Find tickets here and see the full list of dates below. Pre-order ‘Nonetheless’ here to access pre-sale tickets for the Royal Opera House gigs.

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

Speaking about their new album, the Pet Shop Boys said recently: “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.”

Earlier this year, Pet Shop Boys covered David Bowie’s ‘All the Young Dudes’ in a performance for BBC Radio 2.

The duo played a session at Maida Vale Studios on Friday (February 23) with the BBC Concert Orchestra for the station, also playing their new single ‘Loneliness’ and their 1988 classic ‘Left to My Own Devices’.

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