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Just weeks after issuing a limited vinyl single version of SUPER album track Inner Sanctum, the Pet Shop Boys have announced that their third official single from their 13th studio album will be Say It To Me.

The four-track CD single offers a 'new radio mix' of Say It To Me, along with two previously unreleased tracks, A Cloud In A Box and The Dead Can Dance. The CD also includes the remix toInner Sanctum by Carl Craig that was the A-side to last month's 12-inch vinyl (although the two demos remain exclusive to that vinyl for the time being).

In comparison, the 12-inch of Say It To Me is strictly a remix affair with four versions of the song by Stuart Price, Real Lies, Tom Demac and Offer Nissim.

The CD single is out on 19 September with the 12-inch to follow a week later.

12-inch Vinyl

1. Say It To Me (Real Lies Remix)
2. Say It To Me (Tom Demac Remix)
3. Say It To Me (Offer Nissim Remix)
4. Say It To Me (Stuart Price Alternative Mix)

CD Single

1. Say It To Me (New Radio Mix)
2. A Cloud In A Box
3. The Dead Can Dance
4. Say It To Me (Stuart Price Alternative Mix)
5. Inner Sanctum (Carl Craig C2 Juiced RMX)

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26 Jul 2016 - Sarah Cracknell - Kites

Sarah Cracknell - Kites 
Available to pre-order now. 

Today sees the pre-order release for a very special - limited edition - 10" album by Sarah Cracknell. Entitled 'Kites', it features 9 reworked recordings from last year's acclaimed 'Red Kite' solo record. Though mostly instrumental, 'Kites' features new vocal performances from Sarah on 'Rag Doll' and 'I Close My Eyes' as well as additional instrumentation and gospel singers. It has been described by Sarah as "the soundtrack to a film that's yet to be made" and was inspired by her love of classic film scores. 

Listen to a few selected extracts here... 


The perfect companion to 'Red Kite', 'Kites' will be strictly limited to just 650 copies worldwide - a 10" vinyl album with free download code. The record itself comes housed in a beautiful, retro style flip-back sleeve with a mosaic design borrowed from the original 'Red Kite' sleeve. 

Pre-ordering is possible now direct from the Cherry Red online store here
Finished copies are expected to ship in September. 

Those who pre-order will receive a special 7" artprint of the album sleeve signed by Sarah. 
The digital download code includes all 9 recordings from the album plus a brand new full vocal version of 'Rag Doll' featuring a gospel choir - all 10 tracks are unavailable elsewhere. 

Finally, a few words from Sarah on how the album came about.... 

"For my second solo album, Red Kite, I decided that I wanted to make something more pastoral and cinematic. I'd met my producer and co-writer Carwyn Ellis a couple of years earlier and we'd often discuss the idea of working together. Carwyn would send instrumental tracks over and we'd get together writing songs at my kitchen table. Slowly a picture started to take shape. 

Ennio Morricone, baroque pop and the string arrangements of Robert Kirby were among our touchstones during the creative process. We set up a makeshift studio with star engineer Seb Lewsley in a disused barn near my home as Red Kites - huge birds of prey - circled above. 

The album unfolded easily and naturally and I fell in love with the instrumental versions of the songs we were recording. Following the release of the record, I found myself playing the backing tracks and hatching ideas of remixing them and adding parts to make them more complete as standalone pieces. We went back into the studio and added some new instrumentation, extra backing vocals from me and a gospel choir. I'm really pleased with the way it sounds and hope you, the listener, approve. Less of me but just the right amount of everything. It's Lagom, as the people of Sweden might say. 

Like the soundtrack to a film that's yet to be made, I'm pleased to present Kites." 

Sarah Cracknell

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It's finally out! THANK YOU to those of you who pre-ordered and have been tweeting so far this morning. You are all so wonderful!

I'm SO proud of this record, and I can't wait to hear what you think! Full of guest appearances from Sir Elton John, Alan Cumming (!!), all of the Scissor Sisters -Jake Shears, Ana Matronic, Del Marquis & Babydaddy, Mykal Kilgore of The Wiz Live and my friends Bridget Barkan & Xavier, the album is really a lovely party with some of my favourite people.

The album is available on Digipack CD, Deluxe 2xLP Vinyl, Download and very limited edition Coloured Cassette (4 colours to choose from).

Head to the webstore for 'Choreography' merchandise including: Tshirts, Tote Bags, Stickers, Badges, Notebooks, Highlighters Pens, Posters, Guitar Picks and Postcard Sets.
Have a look here now!



JULY 23 - Neath: Gwyn Hall - special album show 'Choreography' start to finish
JULY 25 - Glasgow: Hug & Pin
JULY 26 - Manchester : Sound Control
JULY 28 - London : Oslo

SEPTEMBER 2 - Chicago : Schubas
SEPTEMBER 7 - Washington DC : DC9
SEPTEMBER 9 - New York : Rough Trade
SEPTEMBER 10 - Philadelphia : Coda
SEPTEMBER 14 - Los Angeles : The Satellite
SEPTEMBER 15 - San Francisco : Rickshaw Stop
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