Fans in Dreamland! Pet Shop Boys to bring their greatest hits tour to Birmingham in 2020

Fans in Dreamland! Pet Shop Boys to bring their greatest hits tour to Birmingham in 2020
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Posted on 11 Sep 2019

Pet Shop Boys have today unveiled brand new single Dreamland - featuring Years & Years - two days before tickets go on sale for their 2020 UK tour, including a show in Birmingham.


The single was written by Chris Lowe & Neil Tennant in collaboration with Olly Alexander, who also duets with Tennant on the track.

The song marks the first new music by Pet Shop Boys since their acclaimed Agenda EP, released in February, and is the first track to be released from their forthcoming studio album.


The duo has also announced seven UK shows to open their first-ever greatest hits tour in May & June 2020, including a show at Resorts World Birmingham on Saturday 30 May.

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 13 September here


 

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