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Pet Shop Boys

(Parlophone/EMI / UK)

Saturday 15th 22:45h - 00:30h
Sónar by Night - SonarClub - LIVE
The kings of synth-pop
Irreverent, satirical, melodic and romantic, Pet Shop Boys have always been several steps ahead of their contemporaries, shrewdly navigating electronic pop with wit and intelligence, jumping between synth-pop, house and techno without straying from their original recipe.

This English duo was formed by Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe in the early 80s, and has succeeded in the difficult task of achieving both critical and mass audience success, with 22 hits in the UK Top 10 and more than 50 million records sold around the world. Pet Shop Boys were one of the cornerstones in the popularization of electronic music between the mid-1980s and its explosion in the nineties. And it looks like they haven't got tired of making us dance. Over the last ten years they have launched three albums with previously unreleased material, provided a soundtrack to the classic 1925 silent film, "Battleship Potemkin," and a score for a ballet based on a story by Hans Christian Andersen. Their latest album, "Elysium," was released in 2012, and was produced by Andrew Dawson, known among other things for his work with Kanye West.

At Sónar, they will be presenting their new show a spectacular display of resources and talent packed full of visuals to accompany the Pet Shop Boys repertoire with cutting edge technology. And, of course, featuring songs from the new album, 'Electric', produced by Stuart Price, which will be released in July.

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