Doggedly evergreen English electronic pop duo Pet Shop Boys, consisting of Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe; have pulled off feats that most bands who have been around as long as them have failed to do. And that is, despite forming in 1981, and 50 million records worldwide, they are still relevant! And they continue to hold their fans still in sway, this time with releasing a new single “Twenty-something“.
On Friday, 24th June, the Pet Shop Boys released the second single, “Twenty-something” on their latest album “Super” to a worldwide audience on CD and digital formats. The CD EP features four tracks:
1. Twenty-something (radio edit)
2. The white dress
4. Twenty-something (The Los Evo Jedis remix)
The digital EP includes a fifth track – a mix by the Swedish DJ and producer Kornél Kovács. “Wiedersehen” feature backing vocals from Rufus Wainwright.
The album “Super” was written in London and Berlin, and produced and mixed by Stuart Price in Los Angeles. It contains twelve new compositions by Chris Lowe and Neil Tennant, including the lead single “The Pop Kids”.
Pet Shop Boys also premiered the new video for the reggaeton inflected Los Evo Jedis remix of the single “Twenty-something“.